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TRC Ladies Night In

Ladies Night In, hosted by Marsha Thompson! On Friday, December 13th, come relax in a cozy cabin in the woods and bring your creative juices! There will be beautiful jewelry pieces to make as gifts for others or yourself. If crafting is not your thing, enjoy some yummy food and put your feet up by the fire! The fun begins at 6:00pm. Use this address for your GPS: 3168 New Rosedale Rd NE Calhoun, GA 30701 (Dollar General). Take Everett Springs across from Dollar General, go 1.5 mi and look for the black fence with a red gate on the left (#843). Call or text Marsha at (502) 377-7735 for more info!

RSVP for Coffee and Carols Dec 15th

O Come Let Us Adore Him! Sunday, December 15, at 6:00pm, the TRC family will gather for a peace-filled time of fellowship and worship as we celebrate the birth of our Savior. The church will provide coffee, drinks, and a few savory items. Please sign up to bring a dessert to share with our community. We would also appreciate sign ups for set up and break down.

You don't want to miss this special family time praising our Lord together!

RSVP by December 8 at the latest. Please click on "What To Bring" to sign up!  Click here to RSVP.

Your Best Gift 2019

Your best gift is a Christmas giving initiative we started last year. The premise is that each person attending TRC would forgo only 1 Christmas present and donate that amount to TRC for a special project.   Last year our project was Restoration Rome. 

This year our project will be Gulzar’s vision for a training center and business for the disciples in Ladakh, India. Gulzar and his family have become family to TRC, and we have helped him make disciples and train the church he has planted.  Gulzar has dreamed of a location to facilitate that training rather than rent a location, and also to have a place for the disciples to have as a home when they are kicked out of their villages for following Jesus. 

Gulzar is looking for land to build the ideal facility. Costs will range anywhere from $20-$40,000 for the project.  We would like to challenge our folks to give 10k, and TRC will match that amount up to $20,000.   Please remember, we are asking you to do this in addition to your regular giving not instead of your regular giving.

You can give online here or in the offering box all the way up to the end of the year.   

Online Giving Change

TRC is changing our online giving platform vendor to Planning Center- the same suite of software we use for children's check-in, small groups, registrations, and scheduling, and music.  If you visit our online giving page, you will notice a slightly different look.  We think this change will be beneficial for everyone, allowing members to obtain giving records online or through their phone and integrating with event registrations.  We will be closing the old giving platform by the end of the year, so if you have recurring donations set up, we would greatly appreciate it if you could switch that to the new platform.  If you have any questions or need help with any of this, please contact Emmett Long.

Radical Life Groups

Two new Radical Life Groups launched in September.  If you are looking for a group, now is a great time to join one!  For more information see Justin Owens or Jim Lanier and they will connect you to the new group leaders or click here for a list of groups

Meet The Need at Restoration Rome

Interested in ways you can serve at Restoration Rome?  Click here to see current needs that both individuals and groups can meet.  Some of the current needs include new car seats, boxes of cute band aids, a volunteer to mow the lawn, and therapy swings. Please contact Laura Saunders, or call at 770-639-2830 if you have any questions about how you can help Restoration Rome. 

Spotify Playlist

TRC has a playlist on Spotify of the songs we sing on Sunday mornings as well as some we might do in the future.  Click here to check it out!

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