Students, please join us for a cookout!
All are welcome to join us for dinner and time to celebrate our graduating high school seniors and student ministry volunteers.
If you're new to Third, come to this monthly gathering to meet a few people, learn about Third's vision, what we believe and how to get involved.
Men, join us for our spring cook-out. Can’t beat the price – free! We will be supplying all the cook-out fare (entrees; side; and drinks.)
We will be providing an update of our summer plans. In addition, we want to encourage you with some practical action steps in the hopes that you'll have a Summer game plan for cultivating/maintaining covenant friendships. Please join us!. We'd like to build a culture of covenant friendships that blesses each other and our neighbors.
Are you ready to explore a deeper commitment to this part of the Body of Christ? Join us for the Newcomers Class this January.
Join the women of Third for this monthly coffee in the parlor for women to come together and get to know one another.
Celebrate the risen King in the Sanctuary at one of our four Easter Sunday services!
Our brothers and sisters from the Christian Arabic Church have invited us to join in their service at the end of Good Friday. Following the service, all are invited to participate in a dinner together.
A multi-sensory experience to guide our reflections of Jesus' final hours.
A brief worship service in the Sanctuary followed by a Lenten lunch at 12:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Join us for this special worship service in the style of Tenebrae, with gradual extinguishing of candles, accompanied by music, readings, and the sacrament of Communion.
This Lenten Vespers service will include some liturgy, a homily, and a presentation of the musical work of Morten Lauridsen, Lux Aeterna, by the combined choirs of Third Church and River Road Presbyterian.
Join us for this half-day forum with writer, speaker and Professor of Biblical Studies, Wes Hill as we explore why the historic Christian sexual ethic still holds in our current context through the support of radical community.
Calling all "spirited kids" and those that love them: join us for this brunch, casual conversation and networking for families with challenging children.
Meet other women at Third during these monthly coffee gatherings.
This 5-week class on Wednesday evenings this spring will be co-taught by Corey Widmer and Charles Teixeira. The series will present God’s original intention for sex in a generation whose sexual expression largely disregards any religious influence.
Join us for dinner (Abe Lincoln’s famous baked spaghetti!) and the opportunity to meet the other men at Third. Percy Strickland is our guest teacher. Percy will discuss the biblical support for covenant friendships, the daily practices that make this kind of counter-cultural friendship possible.