What is the next step if I want to get baptized?
The next step if you are interested in getting baptized is to meet with a staff member for a one-on-one meeting. This meeting helps our staff to get to know you, hear your story, and answer any questions that you may have. Let us know using the interest form on the Baptism page.
When can I get baptized?
We have baptism weekends the first weekend of every month.
Who should I contact if I want to get baptized?
You can complete the interest form on the Baptism page or contact us at .
What/When are all of the translation services available?
We offer ASL, Chinese, and Spanish translation at our Northwest location.
Spanish translation is available during the 9 a.m. service. If you're interested in this service, headphones are available at the welcome desk in the Lobby.
ASL translation is provided on an as-needed basis and Chinese translation is available by request only. If you're interested in these services, please contact Margaret Rawson at .
How do I get connected to translation services?
If you're interested in serving in translation services, we'd love to have you join the team! Please contact Margaret Rawson at to learn more.
When is the sermon made available and where can I download it?
How do you decide the volume level?
Week after week, guests visit TPCC, and it’s our job to make them feel welcome and at home. We work hard at creating outstanding environments that remove unnecessary barriers between people and Jesus—including turning up the volume. Volume is simply a style choice for us. That style speaks a cultural language that people can understand and relate to, even if they are new to church. We want to fill the room with sound so that people are encouraged to sing and not feel like their voice is exposed.
Every environment at Traders Point is safe. Volume levels at every facility are monitored and kept well within a range that is safe for all guests.
How do I get connected to serving?
Serving changes lives and helps you connect with others at Traders Point and in our community. To learn more about local and global serving opportunities, visit the Serve page.
How can I find the best serving fit?
We would love for you to feel equipped to best serve given your gifts and abilities. If you don't see any serving opportunities on the Serve page that seem like a good fit and you'd like to speak with us, please contact us at .
What is Start?
A study of the basics of the Christian faith—the gospel, the Bible, prayer, sin, and spiritual growth. Learn more
Is it just for new Christians?
Maturing Christians should return often to the foundation on which we stand, and Start is one of many tools available to strengthen our faith. It's not just for new Christians.
Do you need to complete Start in a group?
You'll find that discussing these topics with others can provide a more meaningful experience, but it isn't a requirement. Go at your own pace in a setting you are comfortable with. Start groups are available at each campus.
Are there hard copies of Start available?
Start is a digital resource available for download. Feel free to print it off at home. Learn more