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Who We Are2018-04-21T18:29:01+00:00

OUR MISSION

AT TRI-CITY OUR MISSION IS TO REACH

REACHING UP | We Must Love the Lord — We reach up and LOVE the LORD through worship.

REACH IN | We Must Serve One Another — We serve God by seeking to SERVE each other.

REACH OUT | We Must Serve the Needy — We must endeavor to REACH others.
Jesus told us to go into all the world and minister the good news.

WHAT DOES GOD REQUIRE OF US

First, God requires your absolute perfection, a perfect obedience for your entire life. You really didn’t want to hear that, did you? But that is what God demands: sinless perfection. The problem is that we are all sinful and have all fallen short of His demands. That failure is called sin and it is no small thing. It demands the penalty of death. But there is “good news.”

The gospel (literally, “good news”) teaches us that God loves us so much that He planned another way by which we could approach Him. And that way we call “faith” – not intellectual assent, but repentant submissive trust. We trust that the Father sent His Son to live the life of perfect obedience He demands, and then to voluntarily give His own life to pay for the death we have deserved. That is why it is called “good news” – we do not get what we deserve; instead, we get what we don’t deserve: the reward for Jesus’ perfect obedience, earned not by us, but by our sinless substitute. The spotless lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world.

So how do we approach God? Either by trying to present our own “perfection” or by trusting God to receive the gift of perfection provided in His gift of His own Son.

Our Ministry Leaders

TIMOTHY BARR
TIMOTHY BARRSenior Pastor
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RON WEBBER
RON WEBBERAssociate Pastor
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MICHAEL PARKIN
MICHAEL PARKINYouth Pastor
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ALLEN PROBUS
ALLEN PROBUSWorship Pastor
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MATT WILLIAMS
MATT WILLIAMSAdmin Pastor
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With a passion and zeal for the lost and hurting world,
our church is looking for ways to build bridges to a needy society.
We desire to reach out and help people along the journey.

Anything that dims my vision of Christ, or takes away my taste for Bible study,
or cramps me in my prayer life, or makes Christian work difficult, is wrong for me
and I must, as a Christian, turn away from it.”

John Wilbur Chapman

I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me

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