Pastor Andrea and Pastor Robert have been married for 7 years. Andrea studied Christian Education at Indiana Wesleyan, where she was traveling on a summer team, representing her school at youth camps, and met Pastor Robert, who was traveling for his school, Southern Wesleyan, where he studied Pastoral Ministry. Since then Robert and Andrea have served in different capacities at a few churches. Robert and Andrea both acquired M.Div's from Princeton Theological Seminary. They recently welcomed baby Lily to their family! They are excited to see the many ways God is working at TCC.
You Belong Here
Are you looking for a church to call home? Trying to find a place where you can be comfortable yet challenged? We would love to have you come take a look at TCC. Give us a try for a couple weeks, come to a couple of our events, get to know our people and our pastor, and see what you think. We think you will like what you find.
What is Wesleyan?
Our earliest beginnings were in 1843 when our leaders organized to address social issues through The Wesleyan Methodist Connection of America. Those issues included slavery, women’s rights and child labor atrocities. We were one of the first denominations in America to ordain women and were at the forefront of giving laity significant roles in church leadership. John Wesley, a church of England priest, was the inspiration and founder of the Methodist movement. Our name “Wesleyan” honors him.
The family is the foundation of everything. That is why we have built ministries that help every part of the family grow.
We believe that the Bible is the Word of God. Why? Because when we live our lives by it, it truly does connect us to God. That is why everything we teach and believe is based on the Bible.
Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the only way to God. He is the heart of everything we teach because God made him to be. As the Bible says, he is "the Way, the Truth and the Life."
We believe in people. Whether you are part of us or not, you are important. We actively connect with our community to help people and benefit them in ways that make a difference.