Christmas at TCC 2017

CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME 2017 Saturday 2nd December 10.00am – 3.00pm Christmas Craft Fair Sunday 10th December 6.30pm Christmas Café Church Saturday 16th December 7.15pm  Good Old Mr Scrooge by Searchlight Theatre Company Adults:  £7.00  Children:  £5.00 Tickets from Ticketsource www.ticketsource.co.uk/thenoise Sunday 17th December 6.30pm Christmas Celebration Sunday 24th December – Christmas Eve NO 9.00am SERVICE 11.00am

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Firework Tickets

Good Old Mr Scrooge

A great show and fun for all ages … Good Old Mr Scrooge performed by the Searchlight Theatre Company at TCC on Saturday 16th December at 7.15pm  Book your tickets here now, adults £7.00, children £5.00:

Video Feedback from Beacon Mission 2017

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How Small Groups Empower Mission – Training Event

Come and hear Laurence Singlehurst and Trevor Withers speak on ‘How Small Groups Empower Mission’ on Wednesday 20th September. Refreshments will be served at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Watch the Beacon Mission Intro Video here!

Noise Arts Festival 2017

Programmes of this years Noise Arts Festival are available in church or you can click here Festival Guide 2017 to take a look.  Tickets for some events are already on sale through www.ticketsource.co.uk/thenoise.  Some tickets will be released later, watch this space or follow us on Facebook.

Beacon Mission 2017 are ready to go!

BEACON MISSION 2017 The Beacon Mission team for 2017 leave for Gallup, New Mexico on Wednesday 9th August for two weeks.  They have a full itinerary including schools, orphanages, prisons, homeless shelters, rehabs and much more!  Keep up to date with their news on www.beaconmission2017.blogspot.com

Canon Andrew White – Vicar of Baghdad this Sunday

This Sunday 25th June  Canon Andrew White will be joining us for our 11:00am service and our evening 6:30pm service. Andrew White (born 1964) was the vicar of St George’s Church, Baghdad, the only Anglican church in Iraq, until his departure, ordered in November 2014 by the Archbishop of Canterbury due to security concerns. He

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