Jesus came to serve others and give his life.
That’s what we do too!
At TLC, we believe we are never more like Jesus than when we’re giving and serving. Simply said, if you’re not serving, you’re swerving…it’s more joyous to give than to receive. Our hope is that we will all serve inside and outside the walls of the church.
There are many opportunities to serve at TLC on Sundays and throughout the week (welcome team, kids ministry, office volunteer, security team, groundskeeping team, etc). We want to help you find the one that best suits your SHAPE (Spiritual Gifts, Heartbeat for ministry, Abilities, Personality, and Experiences). If you would like to sign up for a ministry or meet with a staff member to discern what might be the best fit for you, fill out a volunteer interest form linked below!
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We are created and called to serve and share Jesus. We reach out personally, locally, nationally and internationally. We invite you to help TLC make an impact for Jesus.
We reach others for Jesus by building a relational bridge with them. Whether the person is in our family, at work, across the street neighbors, or a classmate, there are four steps to building this bridge intentionally.
First is to SEEK. Reach out to God in prayer and seek to reach out to the person (call, email, talk to them).
Second is to SERVE. Find a way to lead with kindness and love (hold the door open, smile, help them in practical ways).
Third is to SOCIALIZE. Spend time listening, loving, and laughing together (invite them over, talk on the phone, go places).
Fourth is to SHARE. As the Lord leads the conversations, look for an opportunity to share what Jesus is doing in your life and how much He loves the person (invite to church, ask to pray for them, celebrate a change Jesus is bringing in your life). By building a loving relational bridge, we can be light to others in darkness and seek and save the lost.
Along with supporting missionaries around the world, we send several short-term mission teams each year to help partner with them and extend their reach for Christ.
We don’t do ministry alone. We partner with others to make the most impact. Here’s some of our ministry partnerships and ways that you join to make the most impact for Jesus in our community. Click below if you’d like to learn more or serve at one of these ministry partnerships.
Helping to resettle and restore wholeness to displaced refugees from war-torn countries around the world
Sierra College InterVarsity
Reach college students for Christ and connecting in community
William Jessup University Internships
Helping college students gain ministry experience and develop in leadership
William & Priscilla Conceiçao
Restoration Ministries, Brazil
As a church planter, William has a passion to bring hope through this ministry to desperate children, adults and families in the favelas (slums) of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Restoration Ministries seeks to impact the world for Jesus Christ as a gospel-based ministry to underprivileged children and their communities.
James and Lilian Teira
Many LIFEhouse families sponsor orphans or contribute to the development and educational needs of children at Kampala Community Church. The Teiras have enjoyed rapid growth to a church of over 1,000 and the school has been expanded to serve more children.
Matt & Esther Bullock
Greater Europe Mission, Germany
The Bullocks recruit and lead short-term construction teams throughout Europe, serving alongside a variety of European ministries. These natural opportunities allow participants to share the truth and love of Jesus Christ. Based in Germany, they are active in discipling and encouragement in this spiritually dark continent.
Global Fellowship, Czech Republic
Sean is a new missionary who has grown up in our congregation. He is working with Global Fellowship to reach the Czech Republic with the Gospel. This country is one of the most atheistic countries in the world and desperately needs the light of Jesus to shine.
Don & Janie Nellis
United Indian Missions, Arizona
Don and Janie serve on the UIM International Administrative team as mentors for the Mexico and Hispanic Field Directors. They oversee the following strategic projects: three Ana’s Kitchens located in Guadalajara, Oaxaca and Reynosa, the House of Refuge in Leon, the Alpha & Omega Bible Camp in Oaxaca Sierra, and the newly begun Royal House of Mephi in Oaxaca. They are leading efforts in the opening of ministry in eastern Cuba.