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TCC's very own Music Director, Lucinda Ellert, will be conducting the Chelmsford Community Band on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018, at 7 pm on the Chelmsford Common.
All are welcome to attend and enjoy this free concert! The band will be premiering a piece arranged by Lucinda, as well as a performance of Pictures at an Exhibition, by Mussorgsky.
Please consider hosting a Foreign Exchange Student in your home. Foreign Exchange Students are 15 - 18 years old from 20 different countries. All speak English, are fully insured medically, bring their own spending money and would attend your local high school.
Make a friendship for a Lifetime! Many joys and memories await you! Open to single-parent families, those with young children, middle school or high school children or no children or retired couples. If you would like more information about sponsoring a student, please contact Pat Darby, Local Area Coordinator for Northwest Services PEACE Program, Inc. at 978-632-8270 or email her at email@example.com. Please visit the website: www.nw-services.com for more information.
Principals enjoy having exchange students at their schools because they share their culture with American students and are an added resource for teachers.
Help make their dreams of coming to America come true!
In celebration of Rev. Baxter's first official Sunday at TCC, please join us for lemonade and cookies on the front lawn after worship. If the weather does not cooperate, we will relocate to the Vestry.
We are so very pleased to welcome Rev. Baxter Chism, his wife, Christina, and his daughter, Laynie, (and their dogs and cats, too) to our Tewksbury Congregational Church Family.
Please join us THIS SUNDAY and every Sunday this summer to warmly welcome them.
If you feel so inclined, please consider wearing a nametag so that they can learn our names more easily.
When: Monday, June 25th, 2018 at 7 pm in the TCC Church Office—All are welcome!!
Greetings to all—This meeting is needed to finalize our plans for the fall. 2017 was a great success! We had quite a crowd at the Pie Social following the lighting of the town common & visits with Santa. It certainly has been a benefit having the Fair tables open during the Pie Social. Thank you all for your time & talents during these events. The team gathered in April and several new ideas were discussed to add to our fair tables. We will revisit those ideas and any others that come up during the meeting. It is important to plan ahead now to develop these new ideas and prepare for the fall meeting. Chairpersons take on a great responsibility, but they cannot do it without the assistance of volunteers at all levels. Your input is important to the team and we hope that others will join us for the meeting. All are welcome!!
Tewksbury Habitat Build is a sponsored organization of TCC. Next Monday evening, THB will hold its Annual Meeting at the Tewksbury Town Hall main hall. All members and friends of TCC are encouraged to join the meeting and hear about the great work that has been accomplished over the past year, as well as a look into the future endeavors of this organization that has already brought 3 affordable family homes to Tewksbury with more on the way!
We warmly welcome Rev. Baxter Chism and his family to our church family.
The Board of Ministries (BoM), collaborating with Deacons and Pastoral Parish Relations Committee (PPRC) will be working with our new Pastor as he settles into his new role.
Please note, we also regret to inform you that Rebecca Healey has resigned from the BoM.
Debbie Adams is now serving as the interim liaison to Music.
Attention Voting Members: be on the look-out for a letter from the BoM seeking recommendations on potential candidates to fill this vacant seat.
Mary Lou Adams