Welcome to the youth page at TLLC! Here you will find everything about what we do, and who we are, and how to get involved. Take a look around. The purpose of TLLC is to celebrate and share God’s grace.
Embrace all with unconditional love:
We welcome all students into our ministry wherever they are in their life; we also help students embrace all others in their life with unconditional love. We find that this leads to relationships and community.
These relationships are fostered at all of our fellowship activities and immersion experiences (retreats and trips)! Check our calendar regularly to see what new and fun things we have coming up that you can participate in! Registrations for our trips can be found through this page as well as through our weekly emails. Email Brianna to be added to our email list.
Engaging Across Generations:
We have adults that give their time and energy to being present for our students, as well as building relationships with them. We also have opportunities for our students to serve with children’s ministries. God becomes more richly understood when we can know him through the other, not just people like us.
There are a few times during the week that we meet together. Wednesdays and Sundays.
Sundays we have Sunday school from 9:30-10:30am. This time for education sits between our two worship services. 8:15 (traditional) and 10:45 (contemporary).
Wednesday we have small groups for Middle School and High School in the evenings, as well as a meal and worship.
God calls us to be servant leaders. We find many opportunities for our students to grow as leaders in the world. Whether it’s at Camp Hope, helping with children’s choirs, singing in the church choir, running AV, or serving communion there are many opportunities to lead at TLLC.
Sharing God’s grace:
We are called to share the story of how God is moving in our lives. We are called to listen to where God is moving in others’ lives. By being in community with each other at TLLC it enables us to be present in the community of Northwest Austin. Through learning scripture, or serving as leaders our students are sharing the story of how God has been gracious to them, and to the world.