Saturday, March 28th, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic affects our local community, we at Town & Country want to do all that we can ensure the health and safety of our church family. As this is such a rapidly developing situation, we are paying close attention to any guidelines from the local health department and taking the necessary measures to help prevent the spread of the virus. See below for updates regarding the status of upcoming events.
In light of Shawnee County's "Safer at Home" order, all in-person worship services are suspended until further notice. However, we will still be worshipping together online! Join us on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/tc3topeka) at 10:45 am on Sundays as we worship God and hear a message from Scripture. If you are unable to join our service on Facebook, a recording of the service will also be available on our website (www.tccchurch.org).
While our Sunday services are suspended, our elective Sunday School classes will also be posted online. These videos will be posted each Monday at
We are working on creating programming for our children's ministry during this time. Parents are encouraged to join the "TC3 Kidmin" Facebook group to stay up to date on opportunities for children to continue to learn God's Word and connect with one another.
Our youth small groups (7th-12th grade) will use the web-conferencing app Zoom to continue to connect together at 6:00 pm on Wednesdays.
Our Harvesters food distribution is still scheduled for Thursday, April 2nd. Any available volunteers are invited to meet at KNI (21st & Randolph) at 8:30 am that day to help distribute food to families in need in our community.
We will miss being able to come together at the church building, but we also trust that God is still working through Town & Country during this time. Continue to pray for our church and community. We're looking forward to worshipping with you in our online service on Sunday!
For more information about the COVID-19 virus and best health practices in light of the pandemic, please refer to the Kansas Department of Health & Environment and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention websites.