Announcements for Nov. 28, 2020


Prayer Meeting  Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. Bring your family for this mid-week blessing.  We will be studying the parable topic -  “I Called You to Fish

Thank you church family for all of your donations for the needy families in our community. We will be giving food baskets out in mid-December and so far we have 40 families signed up and are expecting to collect at least another 35. These families are very thankful to everyone for the thoughtfulness, and for caring about the needs in our community. TLCC is extremely grateful for your support. Please keep the work we do in your thoughts, prayers, and plans.   Happy Holidays!-TLCC


Teleconference Prayer Call Every morning at 7:30 a.m. the Prayer Ministries Committee invites you to join them in a Teleconference Prayer Call in this time of world-wide crises due to the pandemic Covid 19 virus praying for God's intervention, and praying for Revival and Reformation for our church.  We also pray for our church family as well as special burdens and prayer requests that come in. The number to call is 605-468-8036,  Access Code: 270973#.  Any prayer burdens or requests call or text   Alice Scarbrough  479-238-3931.


Children’s Lesson Papers are available in the rack in the foyer.  If you would like one, help yourself to read or share to others.


Devotional Books are ready to be ordered online or through the Texas ABC (800-333-1844), or through Sleepy Hollow.


Hope for Humanity

Hope for Humanity is privileged to provide resources and support for projects throughout North America and around the world. 100% of donated funds are used for humanitarian projects – 50% of all funds are allocated for use in local and statewide projects, and 50% of all funds are allocated for national and international humanitarian projects.

Remember in your giving to support Hope for Humanity because you are also helping our local people in need.




The Thirteenth Sabbath Offering 4th quarter

Southern Asia Division – India

The name “India” is derived from the river Indus.  Around 3300 BC, people settled in the fertile Indus Valley, part of which is in modern India, making the world’s oldest and largest continuous civilization.


India has the largest postal system in the world, with more than 150,000 post offices – three time the size of that of China.  It also has a floating post office on Dal Lake in Srinagar.  Located on a houseboat, it also includes a (post stamp) museum.


Part of this quarter’s Thirteenth Sabbath Offering will help construct a new church in Amritsar. Thank you for planning a generous offering.