Posts from August 2022
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE We invite you to join with your TFA family this morning for worship, 10am, and also livestreamed, from 387 New Harwinton Rd., Torrington, CT. Today’s message is, “Praying for the Kingdom Seekers.”
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE A prophetic call and gifting….many claim to have them, but few really understand what they entail. Tonight we will finish examining Jeremiah’s call to to be God’s voice in the earth. Let’s grow together! – Pastor Clark
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Come join us today at 10am, 387 New Harwinton Rd., Torrington, as we worship the Lord together. The service is also livestreamed here. Right after service is TFA’s Church Picnic. You are welcome to bring a dish or dessert to share. Today’s message is, “The Blessings of Belief.”
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Please join your TFA family this morning at 10am, 387 New Harwinton Rd., Torrington, CT, or live on Facebook. Today’s message is, “A War of Wills.” Those joining via livestream may wish to have communion elements ready. Also, we invite you back tonight for the monthly Praise and Prayer Night at 6pm, in the sanctuary.
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Prophetic voices….they seem to be everywhere….in the political arena, science, business, or sports and, yes, even the church. In this week’s study we will examine the call of Jeremiah to prophetic ministry and learn some important truths along the way about what it means to be a prophet, or even to be human for that matter. Let’s grow together! – Pastor Clark
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Please join us for worship this morning at 10am, 387 New Harwinton Rd., also livestreamed on Facebook. Hot and humid weather often brings storms. Today’s message, “A Time of Testing,” takes a look at how Jesus calms the storms that test us.
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE We are so excited to be kicking off a new Bible study tonight – “Weeping Eyes…Hopeful Heart” – a study in the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. The prophet Jeremiah lived a conflicted life, trying to balance the grief he felt for the impending judgment God pronounced on his people and the hope held out by the promises of God’s mercy and salvation. This is a conflict followers of Christ can still relate to today.…