TCC is governed through the role of an Elder Board; a group of Godly men who provide spiritual oversight for the church (I Timothy 3; Titus 1:5-9). Being an Elder, an under shepherd of the chief shepherd, Christ Jesus, is a privilege and sacred responsibility. Because leaders are called to a higher standard and will be judged more strictly, we ask all the Elders to commit to a scriptural based covenant, which is a voluntary agreement to commit to live by Biblical attitudes and practices that foster unity, love, and respect for one another and the congregation.
“Let those who lead do so with diligence.” Romans 12:8
Staff Pages: Elders
Jeff and Julie have been married 30 years and met in a college Calculus III class. Their two adult children, Ken and Megan, were born and raised at TCC, after Jeff and Julie began attending in 1989. Jeff works as a Project Executive for an international engineering firm and Julie is a math teacher at… Read More »Read More
Jack and his lovely wife, Deanna have been married for 50 years, have 3 married children, and are expecting their twelfth grandchild. They have been attending TCC since 2007. They are both retired, Jack from accounting and Deanna from early childhood education. Together, they lead our thriving intercessory prayer ministry, and Jack also is an… Read More »Read More
Bob and Amy were married in 1987 and TCC became their home church in 1988. They have children Bob, Joseph & Erica, daughter-in-law Kim, son-in-law Quin and grandchildren Adeline, Joseph & Juliette. Bob loves the Lord, His word & creation. Bob’s interests are history, music, science, art & sports and he continues to work as… Read More »Read More
Stan and Betty Bennett have been at TCC for several years. they have two married children as well as grandchildren. Stan and Betty both have a heart for discipleship and are involved in men’s and women’s ministries.Read More
Don and his wife, Debbie, are long-time TCC members. Debbie is a nurse and Don is a licensed mental health counselor. Both Don and Debbie are involved in discipleship ministries, as well as having grown children and grandchildren.Read More