May
17
Mon
ROC’n Golf Tournament @ Heritage Golf Club
May 17 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Details

Monday, May 17, 2021
Heritage Golf Club (Course Information)

Captain Choice Format, Four Person Teams

11:30 AM Sign In / Practice Area Opens
12:45 PM Announcements & Rules
12:55 PM Carts Depart for Start
1:00 PM Shotgun Start
5:30 PM Dinner and Prizes

All Proceeds benefit the TBC Shaw Missions Fund.

 

Registration

Register as an individual or as a team. Early Registration is open until May 1, 2021. Register in the Early Registration period at a reduced price. Pricing Information below:

Early Registration (ends May 1): $100 per player; $400 per team

Registration (May 2 – 16): $125 per player; $500 per team

Senior Registration (must be 65 or older on May 17): $75 per player

Student Registration (must be full-time High School/College student): $75 per player

Register Now!

May
18
Tue
Les Misérables Discipleship Study
May 18 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Who loves a good musical? —One with themes of redemption, grace, justice and hope.  Join us in a Bible Study uniquely designed to merge the themes of Les Misérables with scripture and relate it for our times today.

The hit Broadway musical, Les Misérables, based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, is the profound story of Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption and changed life.  We will ponder themes of grace, justice, poverty, freedom, revolution, love and hope.  Hugo’s story is steeped in Christian imagery and ethics.  The story is built around the life of the redeemed criminal, Jean Valjean, and his quest to discover the peace of God’s grace.  His story is not unlike our own.  Like Valjean, we struggle with making holy choices, how to wrestle with poverty and injustice, and how to share love within a world in desperate need of hope.

Les Misérables invites us to see what happens when grace and justice collide.  Can mercy and the law exist in the same place at the same time?  Are grace and justice mutually exclusive, or might these ideas be one and the same?  The characters in Les Misérables represent a different theme, such as grace, justice, poverty, and love.  We will look at various characters and examine their themes through the lens of Christian Faith.

You can join us for the study whether or not you watched the movie.

MOVIE SHOWING:  May 1 — Fellowship Hall — 6:00 pm.  Or you can view it on Netflix or Amazon Prime if you need a refresher before the study begins.

STUDY: Tuesdays at 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  Zoom and in-person in the Fellowship Hall. Zoom link for each week of the study: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82390919542?pwd=OWxSRWkzWTVPNlZNRVZJS2pMOHo4UT09

May 4:     Grace well Received: The Story of Jean Valjean

May 11:   When Grace and Justice Collide:  The Story of Javert

May 18:   The Poor are always with you: The Story of Fantine

May 25:   The Gift of Love:  The Story of Marius and Cosette

June 1:    Building on the Barricade:  The Story of Les Amis

June 8:    The Blessed Garden:  A Hopeful Vision

May
19
Wed
Sessions with Philippians Bible Study
May 19 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sessions with Philippians: Finding Joy in Community by Bo Prosser

This six-week study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians explores the centrality of Paul’s faith in Jesus Christ, his love for the Philippian church, and his joy in serving both Christ and their church.  Paul’s letter reminds us of his special relationship with Jesus and calls us into a renewed relationship with Christ, too.

Wednesdays, April 14 – May 26

In the Fellowship Hall and via Zoom

11:00 am – Senior Adult study led by Rev. Lydia Tatum

6:30 pm – Churchwide study led by Dr. Jeff Roberts

 

Click here for Signup Genius Registration

 

For Zoom information, please email Lydia at ltatum@tbcraleigh.com.

Sessions with Philippians Bible Study
May 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Sessions with Philippians: Finding Joy in Community by Bo Prosser

This six-week study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians explores the centrality of Paul’s faith in Jesus Christ, his love for the Philippian church, and his joy in serving both Christ and their church.  Paul’s letter reminds us of his special relationship with Jesus and calls us into a renewed relationship with Christ, too.

Wednesdays, April 14 – May 26

In the Fellowship Hall and via Zoom

11:00 am – Senior Adult study led by Rev. Lydia Tatum

6:30 pm – Churchwide study led by Dr. Jeff Roberts

 

Click here for Signup Genius Registration

 

For Zoom information, please email Lydia at ltatum@tbcraleigh.com.

May
23
Sun
Food Truck Fellowship
May 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Get ready for some Food Truck Fellowship!

The Sunday School Council is readying a rodeo of food trucks for May 23, 5:00-7:00 pm.  Back parking lot with access to the Fellowship Hall.

Bring your own chairs or head into the Fellowship Hall to sit.  So far you can gather at the Gonza Tacos truck, bounce to the And also with ‘Cue BBQ truck, and have an ice day at the Lumpy’s ice cream truck.  More to be added.

Come and join your SS class, your Department, and other members for an evening of fun time with fellowship and food.  We will adhere to protocols and sit and eat outside.  Bring a chair and come ready to share in the festive event of Food Trucks.

Most menu items are $10-15.

May
25
Tue
Les Misérables Discipleship Study
May 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Who loves a good musical? —One with themes of redemption, grace, justice and hope.  Join us in a Bible Study uniquely designed to merge the themes of Les Misérables with scripture and relate it for our times today.

The hit Broadway musical, Les Misérables, based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, is the profound story of Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption and changed life.  We will ponder themes of grace, justice, poverty, freedom, revolution, love and hope.  Hugo’s story is steeped in Christian imagery and ethics.  The story is built around the life of the redeemed criminal, Jean Valjean, and his quest to discover the peace of God’s grace.  His story is not unlike our own.  Like Valjean, we struggle with making holy choices, how to wrestle with poverty and injustice, and how to share love within a world in desperate need of hope.

Les Misérables invites us to see what happens when grace and justice collide.  Can mercy and the law exist in the same place at the same time?  Are grace and justice mutually exclusive, or might these ideas be one and the same?  The characters in Les Misérables represent a different theme, such as grace, justice, poverty, and love.  We will look at various characters and examine their themes through the lens of Christian Faith.

You can join us for the study whether or not you watched the movie.

MOVIE SHOWING:  May 1 — Fellowship Hall — 6:00 pm.  Or you can view it on Netflix or Amazon Prime if you need a refresher before the study begins.

STUDY: Tuesdays at 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  Zoom and in-person in the Fellowship Hall. Zoom link for each week of the study: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82390919542?pwd=OWxSRWkzWTVPNlZNRVZJS2pMOHo4UT09

May 4:     Grace well Received: The Story of Jean Valjean

May 11:   When Grace and Justice Collide:  The Story of Javert

May 18:   The Poor are always with you: The Story of Fantine

May 25:   The Gift of Love:  The Story of Marius and Cosette

June 1:    Building on the Barricade:  The Story of Les Amis

June 8:    The Blessed Garden:  A Hopeful Vision

May
26
Wed
Sessions with Philippians Bible Study
May 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sessions with Philippians: Finding Joy in Community by Bo Prosser

This six-week study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians explores the centrality of Paul’s faith in Jesus Christ, his love for the Philippian church, and his joy in serving both Christ and their church.  Paul’s letter reminds us of his special relationship with Jesus and calls us into a renewed relationship with Christ, too.

Wednesdays, April 14 – May 26

In the Fellowship Hall and via Zoom

11:00 am – Senior Adult study led by Rev. Lydia Tatum

6:30 pm – Churchwide study led by Dr. Jeff Roberts

 

Click here for Signup Genius Registration

 

For Zoom information, please email Lydia at ltatum@tbcraleigh.com.

Sessions with Philippians Bible Study
May 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Sessions with Philippians: Finding Joy in Community by Bo Prosser

This six-week study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians explores the centrality of Paul’s faith in Jesus Christ, his love for the Philippian church, and his joy in serving both Christ and their church.  Paul’s letter reminds us of his special relationship with Jesus and calls us into a renewed relationship with Christ, too.

Wednesdays, April 14 – May 26

In the Fellowship Hall and via Zoom

11:00 am – Senior Adult study led by Rev. Lydia Tatum

6:30 pm – Churchwide study led by Dr. Jeff Roberts

 

Click here for Signup Genius Registration

 

For Zoom information, please email Lydia at ltatum@tbcraleigh.com.

Jun
1
Tue
Les Misérables Discipleship Study
Jun 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Who loves a good musical? —One with themes of redemption, grace, justice and hope.  Join us in a Bible Study uniquely designed to merge the themes of Les Misérables with scripture and relate it for our times today.

The hit Broadway musical, Les Misérables, based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, is the profound story of Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption and changed life.  We will ponder themes of grace, justice, poverty, freedom, revolution, love and hope.  Hugo’s story is steeped in Christian imagery and ethics.  The story is built around the life of the redeemed criminal, Jean Valjean, and his quest to discover the peace of God’s grace.  His story is not unlike our own.  Like Valjean, we struggle with making holy choices, how to wrestle with poverty and injustice, and how to share love within a world in desperate need of hope.

Les Misérables invites us to see what happens when grace and justice collide.  Can mercy and the law exist in the same place at the same time?  Are grace and justice mutually exclusive, or might these ideas be one and the same?  The characters in Les Misérables represent a different theme, such as grace, justice, poverty, and love.  We will look at various characters and examine their themes through the lens of Christian Faith.

You can join us for the study whether or not you watched the movie.

MOVIE SHOWING:  May 1 — Fellowship Hall — 6:00 pm.  Or you can view it on Netflix or Amazon Prime if you need a refresher before the study begins.

STUDY: Tuesdays at 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  Zoom and in-person in the Fellowship Hall. Zoom link for each week of the study: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82390919542?pwd=OWxSRWkzWTVPNlZNRVZJS2pMOHo4UT09

May 4:     Grace well Received: The Story of Jean Valjean

May 11:   When Grace and Justice Collide:  The Story of Javert

May 18:   The Poor are always with you: The Story of Fantine

May 25:   The Gift of Love:  The Story of Marius and Cosette

June 1:    Building on the Barricade:  The Story of Les Amis

June 8:    The Blessed Garden:  A Hopeful Vision

Jun
8
Tue
Les Misérables Discipleship Study
Jun 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Who loves a good musical? —One with themes of redemption, grace, justice and hope.  Join us in a Bible Study uniquely designed to merge the themes of Les Misérables with scripture and relate it for our times today.

The hit Broadway musical, Les Misérables, based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, is the profound story of Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption and changed life.  We will ponder themes of grace, justice, poverty, freedom, revolution, love and hope.  Hugo’s story is steeped in Christian imagery and ethics.  The story is built around the life of the redeemed criminal, Jean Valjean, and his quest to discover the peace of God’s grace.  His story is not unlike our own.  Like Valjean, we struggle with making holy choices, how to wrestle with poverty and injustice, and how to share love within a world in desperate need of hope.

Les Misérables invites us to see what happens when grace and justice collide.  Can mercy and the law exist in the same place at the same time?  Are grace and justice mutually exclusive, or might these ideas be one and the same?  The characters in Les Misérables represent a different theme, such as grace, justice, poverty, and love.  We will look at various characters and examine their themes through the lens of Christian Faith.

You can join us for the study whether or not you watched the movie.

MOVIE SHOWING:  May 1 — Fellowship Hall — 6:00 pm.  Or you can view it on Netflix or Amazon Prime if you need a refresher before the study begins.

STUDY: Tuesdays at 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  Zoom and in-person in the Fellowship Hall. Zoom link for each week of the study: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82390919542?pwd=OWxSRWkzWTVPNlZNRVZJS2pMOHo4UT09

May 4:     Grace well Received: The Story of Jean Valjean

May 11:   When Grace and Justice Collide:  The Story of Javert

May 18:   The Poor are always with you: The Story of Fantine

May 25:   The Gift of Love:  The Story of Marius and Cosette

June 1:    Building on the Barricade:  The Story of Les Amis

June 8:    The Blessed Garden:  A Hopeful Vision