Sunday, August 1, 2021

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Our worship services begin at 10am Central.

TCBC exists to see campus and community transformed by Christ to renew the world.

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Today’s Announcements

Summer Suppers

Friday or Sunday Nights
We invite you to TCBC’s Friday and Sunday Night Summer Suppers! These Summer Suppers are a great opportunity to build community throughout the summer. We will have a rotation of TCBC members that have eagerly agreed to host our Summer Night Suppers each week. The sign-up will be updated weekly by Monday evening – check tcbc.cc/suppers or the TCBC FB Family Room.

Order of Service

Follow along with us as we worship together.


We are so glad you’re here!

* If you are joining us in person and are fully vaccinated, remember that masks are optional. Also, join us after the service for Coffee & Connections in the parking lot.


*We open our Zoom room at 9:45 am, so feel free to join, introduce yourself in the chat box. Need help with Zoom? Use this guide on how to set up Zoom. We also invite you to turn your video on during the service if you are comfortable!


Service Participants

Praise Team: Todd Epps (piano), Amanda Broaddus (vocals)

Pastor: Bryan Scott

Emcee: Caroline Thies

Call to Worship: Heb. 12 & Psalm 95

LEADER: Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith,

PEOPLE: Who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning it’s shame, and sat down at the right hand of God.

LEADER: Let us consider him who endured such opposition from sinful people so that we will not grow weary and lose heart

PEOPLE: Come let us all worship and bow down together. Let us kneel before the Lord, our maker.

 ALL: For he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand

Song of Worship: The Lord is My Salvation

Verse 1

The grace of God has reached for me
And pulled me from the raging sea
And I am safe on this solid ground
The Lord is my salvation

Verse 2

I will not fear when darkness falls
His strength will help me scale these walls
I’ll see the dawn of the rising sun
The Lord is my salvation


Who is like the Lord our God
Strong to save faithful in love
My debt is paid and the victory won
The Lord is my salvation

Verse 3

My hope is hidden in the Lord
He flow’rs each promise of His Word
When winter fades I know spring will come
The Lord is my salvation

Verse 4

In times of waiting times of need
When I know loss when I am weak
I know His grace will renew these days
The Lord is my salvation

Verse 5

And when I reach the final day
He will not leave me in the grave
But I will rise He will call me home
The Lord is my salvation


Glory be to God the Father
Glory be to God the Son
Glory be to God the Spirit
The Lord is our salvation


The Lord is our salvation
The Lord is our salvation

Greeting Time

Welcome & Announcements

Our Mission

  • “To see campus and community transformed by Christ to renew the world.”

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Congregational Prayer

KidsTime Dismissal

Kids ages 5-5th grade are now dismissed to KidsTime, volunteers are waiting in the foyer.


For Communion at home, take whatever elements you have on hand to use. Please wait and take the elements altogether.

Taking the Offering

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Song of Worship: Mighty One

Mighty One

Todd Dulaney and Maverick City



Mighty One

Mighty One

Mighty One

We worship You




For I’ve tasted and seen Your goodness

And I’ve stood in the power of Your presence

For I’ve felt the depths of Your mercy

And oh, how Your love, it always surrounds me



You alone

Are worthy of

The highest praise

And all my love



Praise God, from whom all blessings flow;
Praise Him, all creatures here below;
Praise Him above, ye heav’nly host;
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Words: Paraphrased, William Kethe, c. 1594; Thomas Ken, 1637-1711.

Music: Old Hundreth (LM) Genevan Psalter, 1551 edition; attr. Louis Bourgeois, 1510-1561.

Public Domain