We believe that God not only created us in His image, but that He also created us to worship. While worship is a way of living, it is also important to practice it in community.
About Community Worship
Our Community Worship service, also known as Chapel, is held every Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 10AM. This time of worship is set aside for students, faculty, and staff to pause their days and join together for a time of student-led worship, dynamic teaching, and engaging reflection.
Current students, as part of the TFC Worship Team, lead the music for our Chapel services. Through music, production, leadership, and band leading, students have the opportunity to use their gifts to help facilitate worship for the TFC Community.
Thumbnail for Community Worship
What to ExpectChapel usually lasts around 50 minutes. There are no classes scheduled during Chapel, so students have the opportunity to be a part of as many chapels as they choose. Chapel attendance is not required, but is a great way to receive spiritual formation credits.Spiritual Formation Credits
TFC invites guest speakers to lead for the teaching portion of the Community Worship services. Speakers include names as large as Gary Chapman to local pastors in town. The Office of Spiritual Formation will host various series throughout the semester focusing on topics that are important and relevant to current students. In addition to guest speakers, students can expect to hear from faculty, staff, and their peers during a Chapel service.