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Men of TRC Event- Axe Men

Thursday, March 5th

Dinner at Moe's BBQ then axe throwing

Cost is $10 for axe throwing

RSVP to Chris Hayes, chdisciple@yahoo.com 678-580-8339


Global Engagement Opportunities

  • Western Asia: Our first opportunity for global engagement in 2020 will be in Western Asia on April 10th-18th. We will be continuing our ministry of prayer, drinking tea (discipleship), and encouraging the Believing families. If you are interested in participating in this trip, please let Eric Cone (Trip Leader) or Sarah Darville (Ministry Director) know ASAP. We have space for 1-3 more people.
  • East Africa: Calling all fun-loving, adventure-embracing, mission-minded, college-age/young adults who are willing to pour out a few months of their lives for multinational kids in Nairobi, Kenya this Summer! There are opportunities to serve on the programming/activity staff, support staff, as well as being cabin counselors. This is a wonderful opportunity for young adults to apply their skill sets and the TRC vision and mission in a global context. If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity please see Eric Cone or contact him at eric.cone@blueskykenya.org / 770-359-8873

TRC Women: Serving and Psalms 

  • February 29th, Saturday: Restoration Rome is hosting the Global Girls Inc Teen Girl Conference: I Am Necessary! If you have a heart to serve the at-risk teen girls in our local community, this is a great opportunity. This conference is for young women ages 12-18 and creatively covers topics and challenges like social media, identity, grooming, etc... Please sign up here to help with set up, serving lunch, or clean up! A photographer is especially needed. See Jenny Long or Laura Saunders for more information. 
  • Psalm Sundays, once-a-month beginning March 15th at 9:15 before church. All ladies & their kiddos are welcome! This will be a time to talk about what you are reading and learning from the Word. If you aren't currently reading a plan for the year, jump into Psalms and we'll talk about it March 15th! Location at church to be determined!  

Bible Reading Plans

Reading the Bible every day is the best thing you can do to grow as a Christian.  If you are looking for a Bible reading plan, check out these resources.  All of these plans also have the option to subscribe via daily email or podcast.


Online Giving Change

TRC has changed 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 2020 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

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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