Who We Are
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has deep roots in Texas- particularly in the fertile farm and ranchland along the historic Trinity and Brazos Rivers. The Trinity Brazos Area today includes more than 50 congregations, north, from Wichita Falls and, south, to Cameron. We are blessed to share ministry with each other! We know that when our time and talents come together to serve our neighbors, the church gives glory to God.
We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As a part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord's Table as God has welcomed us.
Updates from the Trinity Brazos Area
Area Committee On Ministry
Our next Area Committee on Ministry (ACOM) is April 5. If you were commissioned in February or May of 2016 you will need to take part in these ACOM interviews to have your commission renewed for 2017. Please have all of your paperwork submitted by March 27th to the area office or you may not be able to secure a spot for and interview.
You can send your paperwork via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to 1000 Bonnie Brae Ave. Fort Worth TX 76111.
All paperwork can be found at http://www.tbaccsw.org/ministries/committee-on-ministry/
Tri-Area Youth Ministry Council (YMC)
Want to serve God on the Tri-Area YMC?
The Tri-Area YMC (Youth Ministry Council) gathers youth leaders from the Trinity-Brazos, North Texas, and North East Areas to grow and learn through planning CYF events at Disciples Crossing. Do you love camp? Do you want to learn leadership skills? Do you want to create a space for you and your peers to have "God moments" at camp? If you answered yes to any of these, please go to tbaccsw.org/youth-ministries to find the application and description. If you have any questions please contact Christy Drechsel, Area Minister of Nurture, at email@example.com
Now accepting applications for the Area Minister of Connection Position
Please visit www.tbaccsw.org/job-opportunities for a detailed job description.
Applicant evaluations and interviews will be taking place starting February 24, 2017
A Video Message from Week of Compassion
A note from Week of Compassion: "God is most tangibly present in this world where people hunger, thirst, lack adequate clothing and shelter, and are sick or imprisoned. Christ claims as family members people who suffer. Christ is so present in them that when you feed the hungry, care for the sick, welcome the stranger – you feed, and care for, and welcome Christ. When you give through Week of Compassion to those who suffer from natural disasters, war, or systemic poverty, you let them know: You are here." For more information click the link! http://www.weekofcompassion.org/
Our Ministry Team
These are the people who make it happen