Posts from February 2023
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE A hunger for God is stirring across the nation. Come hungry today with a heart to worship Jesus together with your TFA family. Today we welcome missionaries, Kevin and Rebekah Rodriguez. After service today, we invite everyone to a potluck luncheon.
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Seeing in the dark…in tonight’s Bible study we’ll be discovering how Jeremiah pulled off this feat…and how you can too! Let’s grow together! – Pastor Clark
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE The “Church on Target,” series continues this morning with, “On a Mission…to Grow!” Come grow with us at 10am, 387 New Harwinton Rd., Torrington, as we worship the Lord together.
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Love…and the hope of a new day. These two things can sustain us and bring a light into the dark hours of life. Join us tonight as we examine such a time in Jeremiah’s day and learn some critical truths for our life today. Let’s grow together! – Pastor Clark
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE There’s no better way to make a Sunday even more super than to be in the house of the Lord. We invite you to join us Sunday morning at 387 New Harwinton Rd., Torrington, CT, or right here on Facebook Live, as we celebrate the Baptism of a number of believers. Family and friends are welcome to share this link. Along with baptism, the series, “Church on Target,” continues, with the message, “A Mission to…
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE Good morning, TFA family! It may have been cold out yesterday, but Holy Spirit fire is in you! Come gather this morning at 10am to worship The Almighty! Today’s message begins a new series, “Church on Target,” and is titled, “Defining the Target.” Also, please be reminded that a luncheon will be provided today for those participating in the membership class.
Connect on Facebook Share GIVE The promises of God….they can serve as a light in the dark moments of our life. In tonight’s study in Jeremiah we’ll examine some great promises God made to the Israelites at the darkest period in their history and we’ll discover how those promises still speak to us today. Let’s grow together! – Pastor Clark