There is a ministry for everyone
Our Mission: Partnering with parents to make disciples by teaching and encouraging kids towards a lifelong joyous relationship with Jesus.
Templeton Presbyterian Student Ministries exists to live out the gospel of Christ in the lives of students and their families, inside our congregation, school campuses, and local community.
Our Women's Ministry at TPC is a place for women of all ages to draw closer to God and His Word, as well as to one another. While the roles of women are endless, we all need a place to be grounded in His love, to be equipped and refreshed for His service, and to be encouraged and loved well by one another. We hope that through purposeful events and groups at TPC, all women will find a place where they are seen and known, and can continue to grow.
It takes a whole group of folks to make our Sunday morning service come together, including the setup crew, greeters, and coffee makers . In addition, we have a wide variety of music styles, including our Praise Band, our Adult Choir (currently on hold), and our Bell Choir.
Click below to read more about each of these groups.
Our Mission: To develop disciples of Christ and provide spiritual guidance to men and young men of all ages, engaging in a variety of activities that bring glory to God.
Mar 15: Men's Youth Ministry Career Night
7:00PM Butler Hall
Apr 15: Men's Breakfast 8:00AM followed by TPC Workday
May 14: Mother's Day lunch after worship
June 17: (Saturday) Father's Day BBQ & Cornhole Contest
Details to come
Stephen Ministry is a national ministry of one-to-one Christian care-giving founded in 1975. Currently, over 13,000 congregations provide this caring ministry. TPC has provided Stephen Ministry for nearly 20 years to members of our congregation and our local community. Our Stephen Ministers are trained to listen, care, encourage, and provide emotional and spiritual support to individuals going through difficult times. The care we provide is confidential, free, and very helpful, for as long as is needed by the care receiver. Contact the church office for more information.