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Sock Hop 2023

Sunday, July 30th 2:00 - 7:00 P.M.

After a three-year break due to COVID-19 restrictions, our 16th Sock Hop and Car Cruise is back and right around the corner.  So mark your calendars and plan on coming to the upper church parking lot on Sunday, July 30th from 2:00 – 7:00 PM!

This is Outreach Council’s biggest fundraiser of the year, so bring your family and friends for a fun-filled time of great food, live music, dancing, a car cruise, kids’ games, and gift basket/silent auctions. There will be fun for all ages!


Sock Hop is a festive day with many live bands playing from our Trinity Tower pavilion.  There is plenty of food available for purchase to support the missions we do throughout the year, as well as a gift baskets to purchase with many themes to pick from. 

Please consider giving an hour or two of your time to help us raise money for the less fortunate in our area and around the world.


And there will be cars at the Car Cruise.  Lots of them to view and talk with the owners, sharing memories of these classic cars.  There will also be children's activities to do at the event as we try to make it a festive time.

You’ll meet a lot of great people and have some fun too!  Join us!


This year, our auctions will be taking place online through Better World! Follow the steps below to set up a Better World account and start your bidding! 

  1. Go to

  2. Click “log in” on the top of the screen. 

  3. Select “sign up” at the bottom of the login screen. 

  4. Follow the on-screen prompts with your name, email address, etc. 

  5. Select both boxes below the phone number box. This will allow you to receive outbid notifications and checkout links. 

  6. You’re in and ready to bid! 

Bidding will be open from Wed., July 19 @noon to Sun., July 30 @6:30 pm. All items won must be picked up; nothing will be shipped.

Thanks for your support of TTUMC’s Outreach and Missions! 


New Pastor

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On Sunday July 2, our church is pleased to welcome as the new pastor Rev. Gregory Spencer.

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