Do you have a habit in your life that is affecting your future? The purpose of Victory for Life Ministries is to help people discover how to have victory in life despite life's challenges. Victory for Life will provide a safe place to come for eating, talking, and learning how to obtain love, joy, and peace in your life ... for life.
Victory for Life meets every Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall.
In the event of inclement weather that closes Fayette Co. Schools, Victory For Life will also be closed.
Help for basic life needs
The goal of the "We Care Store" is helping people with their basic needs. We start at a person's lowest need and move the person to fulfillment in Christ. As we give each person food we want to touch, with love, the spiritual heart of that person.
If you are in need of help regarding food for your family, please stop by the store during these hours:
Tuesdays, 1:30 - 5:45 pm
Please enter in the back at Entrance B.
In the event of inclement weather that causes the closing of Fayette County schools, the We Care Store will also be closed.
"The Prayer Focus Ministry shall provide opportunities to help equip others to grow more in their prayer lives. We want to help our congregation see prayer as a priority, to focus and help make aware how important prayer is to our lives. By our unified effort, we will serve, grow, and give excellence to God."
- Communicate prayer requests using a prayer request card and insert in the Prayer Box at the Prayer Kiosk.
- Pray for those on the weekly prayer list which are available at the Prayer Kiosk.
- Participate in the National Day of Prayer events or special prayer events.
- Join a small group to meet weekly with others to pray. Contact Garnett Langley 859.223.4995.
- Pray during either of our worship services to pray for the ministers and activities in progress during the service. Contact Mona Vannatter.
Contact: Garnett Langley, 859.223.4995
The focus of Room In The Inn is to provide seasonal temporary shelter and hospitality to the homeless of Lexington. The heart and soul of this ministry is the participation of congregations and faithful volunteers who serve our guests for the winter months of December - March. This ministry provides us an opportunity to be a blessing to others and show them the love of Christ.
Our task at Tates Creek Christian:
To host up to 14 men on the 4th Thursday of each month from December through March. To provide them an evening meal and a place to sleep for the night. We also provide them a breakfast and a sack lunch to take with them the next day.
What we need:
We ask Sunday School Classes or other groups to take a given week and serve as hosts throughout the year. Their job is to plan each week's evening meal and provide hosts for the evening. We also need individual volunteers to help us in the following areas:
Overnight Hosts - Men who will stay the night with our guests when needed.
Lunch Makers - To prepare the sack lunches for the guests.
Set Up Crew - To set up the beds and room for the guests.
Take Down Crew - To break down the beds and room the next morning.
Bus Drivers - To assist in transporting men to and from Tates Creek Christian.
This is a wonderful ministry that will bless you as much as it does our guests! Please consider being a participant! Volunteer lists will be available later this fall. For more information, contact Chris Lee at 859-684-7240.
The Church Under the Bridge (CUTB) ministry offers a full church service, meal, and other necessities to Lexington’s homeless community 52 Sundays a year. CUTB is run entirely by donations, church sponsors, and volunteers (with no paid staff, 100% of all donations go to serving its guests).
Each year – for over a decade – the Missions Team at TCCC has worked with CUTB to sponsor two weekends.
The “Church” meets, pending weather, on the lush lawn of the Mission House on the corner of Martin Luther and Fourth during the summer months. In the winter months, CUTB meets in the basement at Broadway Christian Church.
With loud speakers pointed in strategic directions from the front porch, the music and message are heard for several blocks and the visitors typically grow to number between 150 and 200 for the service and the meal that follows.
Typically Sunday School Classes or Small Groups volunteer to help TCCC host these 2 Sundays per year, but individuals are welcome to assist as well.