Frequently Asked Questions

Service Times: 
                Sundays    9am - Sunday School               Wednesdays  7pm - Family Night
                               10am - Morning Service

1. What are your services like?
Our services are planned to be encouraging, inspiring and challenging. Each service lasts about 1 ½ hours. Our worship time is designed to allow the freedom to worship as you feel comfortable. Some will stand and raise their hands, while others feel more comfortable sitting. Our messages are biblical, relevant, challenging, and encouraging. We also have special services of testimony, prayer and encouraging guest speakers.

2. What happens when I visit your church?
When you visit Tri-County, you will not be put on the spot in any way. We want all visitors to feel welcomed and enjoy their time with us.

3. Is childcare provided?
There are Nursery (0-2) and TURBO Kids (3-11) ministries available after the music portion of the service. Dismissal will be announced. Feel free to accompany your children to their classes!

4. What time should I get there?
Our Sunday morning service begins at 10:15am. Our Wednesday Evening Classes begin at 7:00pm. Please check our calendar and/or Facebook page for other events and services.

5. What should I wear?
Plan to wear whatever you feel comfortable in. Most attendees are very casual in their dress.

6. What kind of church is this?
Tri-County Worship Center is an Assemblies of God church. See the “What We Believe” page.

7. Do you have small groups?
Pastor Ted is often quoted saying “Sunday morning is our worship time, Home Groups is our connection time.” Participation in home groups is strongly encouraged. It is the connection in the small group that bonds relationships, allows discipleship and causes “community” in our church.

8. Offering
A weekly offering is taken during our services. You are our guest and under no obligation to participate in this way. These financial gifts enable us to fulfill the mission God has given it. We believe in scriptural tithing [giving 10% back to God] as an opportunity to outwardly express our gratitude to God.