Welcome to TBA! • on October 24th, 2010
TBA´s journey is a story of two churches trying to live out Jesus´ prayer for unity (John 17). In January of 2008, the pastors at Church of the Highlands and Epic Church met for the first time. Although they were affiliated with different denominations, there was an instant connection. Our vision and hope for our churches was very similar — each wanted our church to be more than just a place for people to come and worship on Sunday mornings. We wanted to bless our surrounding community by building bridges between
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community – helping people, whether they go to church or not, meet each others needs. Soon after the initial meeting, all five pastors from both churches began developing a relationship with each other. It wasn´t long before Epic´s pastors shared about undergoing a large scale renovation project.
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Lakeland. That got us thinking… “What if…”