Men’s Mission Retreat

Men of TCAA:

It is vitally important for men to fellowship and study together around the bond of Christ.   The Word of God brings truth and fellowship within our gatherings. We must gather more and better.
We will be providing more men’s studies and fellowship activities in the coming year, and this email serves to start this quest.   Here’s a TCAA men’s activity.
Men’s Mission Retreat to Salt Lake City – June 20 – 22, 2019
This is a time where men will fly to Provo, Utah, and tour Salt Lake City to learn how to share God’s truth with the precious people who are trapped in Mormonism.  This trip includes a Bible verse by verse study of the New Testament Book of Colossians.  We will also have times of fellowship during travel and meal times.  You will encounter a tour through Salt Lake City, a tour of the Mormon Temple grounds, ex-mormon’s sharing their testimony of saving knowledge of Christ, trip to Manti to see the Mormon Miracle Pageant to connect with other true believers sharing with Mormons in Manti, Utah.
This is just a short period of time to connect with men and “get-a-away” to focus on the Lord and new friends.  Two nights and three days of seeking truth in God’s word, challenge to walk with him closer and meeting new brothers in Christ.
There will be all kinds of reasons not to go.  I face them as well.  But after I go, I always say that “I’m glad I went.”  Please, please consider going and growing in Christ.
Men’s Mission Retreat
Where:  Salt Lake City
When:  Thursday, June 20, through Saturday, June 22, 2019
COST:  $370 (includes, airfare, hotels, travel, study material, etc)
What:  One pre-trip meeting to go over material and schedule
  1. Complete Mission Application Form (attached)
  2. Turn in the application and 15% deposit ($56 non-refundable reservation fee) – turn in to Welcome     Center or go to for application.
  3. Deadline to register Sunday, May 19)
  4. Balance after registration fee due June 2nd.
Thanks for reading.  Let’s grow together in Christ and the fun and joy automatically come through Him.

Beaumont VBS Mission Trip

Bevil Oaks First Baptist Church was hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. Since TCAA has been partnering with Pastor Robert Ring and his amazing congregation to help rebuild their church and assist in their community. We have gone on 2 Mission Trips to help rebuild the church and aid in the small community of Bevil Oaks. This time we would like to work together and lead VBS in their community. If God is calling you to join the Beaumont VBS Mission Team then join us for an Interest Meeting on Sunday, May 5, 2019, at 12:10 in room 105. Mission Interest Information Sheet.

Journey to the Empty Tomb

Join us Easter Sunday as we Journey to the Empty Tomb. Christ is Risen!


8am, 9:30am and 11am

There will be special Easter activities for our preschoolers and children (1st-6th grades) beginning at 9:30am.

We would like our youth to attend service at 9:30am and join us for fun activities in the Student Ministry Building at 11am.

Summer Hours

The church office doors will be open on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 8:30am-3:30pm. Church office doors will be closed, Monday’s and Wednesday’s, but will be available by phone at 623-572-7902 from 8:30pm-3:30pm and for emergencies at

Give Series

Everyone is asking us to give. When you graduate from college it takes two weeks for you to receive a donation or gift envelope and a letter from the institution that you graduated.  “Could you buy a “brick” for our walk of fame?” Promises of a plaque on the wall with your name imprinted are real possibilities with your monetary generosity. You just literally finished writing the last check for your last semester classes and graduation fees. Today, even if you’re checking out at a department store…store clerks are asking us “do you want to “round-up” your purchase price to give to certain charities?” It doesn’t take long for the invitational opportunities to give to come flooding into your choice of “inbox.” The world’s system is competing for your “monetary attention.” Read More

Journey to The Cross

As a church, we started this year focusing on PRAYER.  Prayer is a word that simply states God’s children in grace speaking to him about life, others, and ourselves. Read More

Worship With Us

Join us for a night of Worship Music, prayer & praise. Child care will be available for birth thru kindergarten.


Hi Church Family- With 2018 behind us, it is time for the focus of 2019 to begin. Prayer-Share-Give! This will be a year of Praying for our future and what it will look like, Sharing the Gospel of Jesus to grow His Kingdom, and Giving to further God’s Kingdom. Commit today, with us, to pray for direction, the future, and for God to lead us. One way for us to have a constant reminder of what, as a church, we are praying for is by journaling our prayer requests. We will be providing, for $8, in the Welcome Center TCAA Prayer Journals. These will come in handy as throughout this year we will be journaling together prayers for TCAA and our future.

Pray-Share-Give with us in 2019!


TCAA Staff

Prayer Series

 Prayer changes things.  I’ve already heard that in several churches.  It’s true, in a perfect sense, that God can change things.  All things.  Think about the topic of prayer throughout the days of your life.  We all would most likely remember the Lord’s prayer being recited in churches and other events.  People have remembered that prayer by heart.  But it doesn’t seem that people have allowed the significance and provision of that prayer to be claimed and accepted in their personal lives.  Luke Chapter 11 claims “Lord, teach us to pray,” which the Lord Jesus gave the world the pattern-prayer that God honors.  The disciples ask this of Jesus because he was spending time in prayer at that moment.  He knew what it meant to say, “My Father…”.  We need to say again as disciples “teach us” again to the Master.  Teach us to pray. Read More

Share Series

Share what you know.  Knowledge is of great quest today.  Google is synonymous with “gaining knowledge” or “finding new directions and places.”  We love to “share” secrets and be the person in “the know.”  How important is it to be in the “know?” Read More

Prayer Journal Set-up

Many have asked how to set up their journals. Pastor Randy has put together this guide. Feel free to print it out and save it or share it. There are also copies available in the Welcome Center.

Journal Set-Up Guide


Singles Weekend

Balancing life as a single young adult can be difficult. Maintaining good grades in school, working hard to be successful at your job, and keeping up with your relationships and social life is demanding.

Join TCAA Singles at UCYC Feb 22-24 for Young Adult Weekend (YAW) – a weekend full of teaching, worship, fun activities, community, but most importantly a weekend to rest.

Young Adult Weekend is an incredible event to encounter Jesus with a community of people that are the same age as you, and are living out similar experiences.

Young adults are often forgotten or overlooked. We want you to know that you’re not alone. For more information contact Travis Linser at 602.571.4443.

The cost is $75 per person:

Click here to register, last day to register is Friday, February 8th.


This is a great time of year.  Red and green start to appear.  There are days off of work, and our families are starting to gather more often.  The Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday season is a great time of year.  Christmas carols and cards are a reminder of much.  Carols should be sung year round.  Regardless of the events in our lives, this is a great time of year. Read More