Welcome Home

We've been waiting for you!  It's true, because we believe that every person who comes into the circle of this special fellowship was sent by God Himself.  We are eager to know you, and we're excited to share with you the marvelous ways that God is working in our church. Above all else we want to express Christ's love to you with genuine, heartfelt warmth. 

It will not take you long to discover that this is truly a family, rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn, and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth.  We reach out to you, as well.  Our doors are open.  Our hearts are open, too.  If you've been thinking, praying, searching and hoping for a place to belong, we say again -

                       WELCOME HOME!

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Elders and Frank Tyndall in prayer

Contact Us
Church of Tollhouse Ministry Center
27950 Tollhouse Rd.
Mailing: P.O. Box 160
Tollhouse, CA 93667

Phone: (559)855-2106 / 779-4010(cell)
Fax: 559-855-2106

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Sunday Morning Message with Pastor Rob
Youth Group - Dinner @ 5:30; homework club @ 3:30
AWANA! Come join the fun!
Weekly Bulletin
Bulletin for April 19, 2015
April 19, 2015
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Bulletin for April 12, 2015
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C'Note Picture

A C'Note is not a $100 bill, but it is 100 times more enduring since it is filled with words of encouragment and love. It was inspired by and is in honor of C’Rae Van, a woman who knew how to send love notes and encourage people with her kind words. It is the wish of her friends and family to continue her legacy of love. (1 Corinthians 13:7) We would also like to challenge you to bless others by sending 100 C’Notes in a year. Brighten someone’s day with a few words of encouragement or even an entire letter and see how these blessings grow and multiply. God bless you. 

If you would like to send your own C'Note(s), just select the appropriate link to print out a full-page version or a half-page version (that can be mailed as a post card), or you can pick up some in the church lobby. 
Praise for Healing Travis
Travis Cooper is an amazing young man who ardently serves the Lord through worship and by working with the youth of our foothill community. He is our Youth Leader as well as one of our Worship Leaders. He has touched the lives of many and is loved by all. Travis was very sick, battling for his life, and in the ICU for three weeks! We knew that we needed—and we had—more than medicine to help Travis win the battle. We used prayer to bring healing, comfort, strength and peace to Travis and his family. We praised God in the storm and did not let the enemy win, but instead used a difficult situation to glorify the Lord. The incredibly far-reaching intercessory prayer was very powerful! Travis won the battle and is now home and recovering! God is good!!! Not only did He heal Travis, but this situation became an amazing ministry to many others. The Coopers ministered to others by sharing their struggles, their praise, and the source of their strength daily on Facebook and to others in the ICU. They prayed with and for many in the ICU, as did the prayer warriors that were praying for Travis. This situation even brought some back to the Lord that had not been walking with Him for a while. Thank you Lord! We know that God makes all things work together for the good of those who love Him and are chosen to be a part of His plan. Romans 8:28 (NLV)
Sunday Morning Message Podcast


Don’t forget that you can find the Sunday Morning Message, and typically the Communion Message too, on our church website and on iTunes. The iTunes podcasts are free. You can subscribe and have them automatically downloaded to your computer and/or audio device. 
How to Get the Sunday Morning Message Delivered Automatically to Your Computer

RSS Feed
How would you like to have Pastor Rob's Sunday Morning Message (or even his blog) automatically appear on your computer each week?
Well, now you can, just by subscribing to an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed. What a convenience and a blessing!

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