Contact Us

  • Phone: (831)465-3300
  • Email: 
  • Address:
    2701 Cabrillo College Drive | Aptos, CA 95003

Service Times

  • Saturday: 6PM
  • Sunday: 9 & 10:45AM

Volunteer Opportunities

Feeling disconnected with the church body?  Needing to connect and serve somewhere?  Looking for a way to help out and in the process enjoy fellowship with others?  Then check out any of these ministries that TLC runs or supports!!  Each of these ministries and outreaches are in need of volunteers.  Click on any of the buttons to find out more about that ministry and how to get connected!



Interested in video, photography, audio engineering, lighting, media duplications, or other technical roles? Be part of the media team! Contact Jamie Rom for more information at  or go to tlc.org/media


God designed us for community. Whether you feel like a “people-person” or not, we all need each other. That’s why we have Small Groups, to find community that has the potential to change our lives. Find out more on joining or leading a group at tlc.org/smallgroups


We want YOU to join the Welcome Team! Here at TLC we are passionate about welcoming people into a space to encounter Jesus. We believe that weekend services would not be possible without it’s volunteers. We are currently looking for volunteers to be greeters and ushers, individuals to be information, welcome desk, or book nook hosts, an on-duty health professional in case of emergency, or to be the first smile an individual sees as they pull into the parking lot! If you are interested in joining any of these teams, CLICK HERE to find out more. Any questions, feel free to email .


Every Christmas we partner with Prison Fellowship to purchase and deliver gifts to children whose parent(s) are incarcerated.  We are in need of volunteers who will adopt a family, purchase gifts or help deliver gifts.  We also need some volunteers who are bilingual.  

If you would like to volunteer this November/December 2020 please contact Robin Spurlock at  or for more information.


Over the next 4 months, during the Fall semester, TLC wants to stand in the gap and help families with their needs for childcare and tutoring/homework help. With distance learning and parents going back to work, there is a lot of concern that students don’t fall through the cracks academically and there are needs for children to be in safe places with good supervision.

There are several ways YOU can help and volunteer your time. We are in need of virtual volunteer tutors for Middle School students twice a week, English Language Learning support for 2nd and 3rd graders Wed. and Thurs. mornings, and much, much more. Click tlc.org/supportstudents for more information and to find the link to apply.  


Presently, we have a portable shower program for the homeless that we monitor one Saturday a month. We need helpers and someone who can tow the showers. If interested, contact g or 831-465-3381. Eventually, our once a month dinner outreach to the homeless will return. If you like to cook and want to be a part of this team, contact Robin as well.


Providing food for those in need in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank every Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 PM at TLC. We are providing a drive-thru pick up method to keep everyone safe. Look for signs in our parking lot.  NOTE:  Starting Nov. 1, 2020 our distribution time will be from 4 to 5:15 PM.  

We also are in need of donations - food and/or monetary. Food donations can be dropped off at the church office Monday through Thursday between 9 AM and 4 PM. Monetary gifts can be given online - be sure to write in the memo line for People's Pantry.

THANKSGIVING REQUEST:  We would like to add the following to our food bags for Thanksgiving week.  If you want to donate any of the following, please drop off by Nov. 19th!  Stuffing mix, turkey gravy packets, canned pumpkin, canned cranberry, pudding or cake mixes.  

Food needed: canned/jar goods - tuna, veggies, fruit, tomato sauce, beans, chili, peanut butter, jam. Boxed/bagged items - mac and cheese, rice, spaghetti noodles, oatmeal, cereal.  PLEASE NO EXPIRED FOOD.

EMPTY EGG CARTONS needed so we can give away eggs.  Drop off cartons at the pantry or church office.

Presently, I have enough volunteers, but if you want to get on my list for future help or would like more information, please contact .


Volunteers are the heart of Second Harvest, and many programs and distributions are powered by dedicated volunteers. Please if you are available, sign up for upcoming shifts and give back!



Mom’s Angels is a car repair clinic that happens every other month in our Bus Barn here at TLC. It is to help single moms and widows with their car needs. We could use a few more mechanics. If you are interested in volunteering for this ministry, contact Todd at t


We exist to provide help to children and adults with disabilities, adults facing the challenges of mental illness and homelessness, and nursing home residents. If you would like to get involved or have questions please contact Mary Masters at .

During this pandemic, many of the care facilities do not allow visitors. A batch of cookies or a hand written card could really lift the spirits of a resident. If you would like to help out in this way, contact Mary for more information.

LETTERS & CARDS! We desperately need more cards and letters for the nursing homes we serve. Uplifting notes, cards, artwork, children's letters and drawings are needed to encourage our friends who are now so isolated. You can write letters that we can pick up and deliver for you. WE WOULD LIKE EVERY RESIDENT AND STAFF MEMBER TO RECEIVE A CARD OR NOTE OF ENCOURAGEMENT. We also want to match committed writers (commit to writing at least twice a month) with specific residents. Help us spread the hope in Jesus' name!

We need help purchasing BIRTHDAY GIFTS and CAKES or CUPCAKES for nursing home residents and our birthday celebrations. We can arrange contactless porch pick up and deliver for you. WE ESPECIALLY NEED GIFTS FOR MEN. Contact us if you'd like suggestions.

We also need light colored socks for residents, especially men.  


Help for those that need a ride to their medical appointments. For more information, contact  or 831-465-3368. If you would like to serve on this team, click here for the application.


A project-oriented service helping the widowed, physically limited, and single parents on a limited income. Contact  or 831-465-3368. If you would like to serve on this ministry team, click here for the application.


"I wish you could see and hear the expressions of those in my old neighborhood, at work, and even my new landlord, each time I've shared this story with them of how you all showed up on a Saturday to help a stranger.  I believe this is how the Gospel is preached - through everyday Christians who live out their faith." -R.H.

“You don't need any special skills to be on the volunteer list for HomeAid. As long as you're able bodied and have some free time, you can help with simple tasks like moving, packing and yard work.” –Kyle


Sonshine Ministry prepares and delivers home-cooked meals to those who are ill, recovering from illness or surgery, and new parents. These meals are intended for those who do not have the resources or connections to provide their own meals. Contact or 831-465-3368.

For more information check out our webpage at tlc.org/sonshine

If you would like to serve on this ministry team, click here for the application.


Stephen Ministry is training for members of the TLC family to be listening ears and spiritual confidants, providing high-quality, confidential care for people experiencing a crisis, facing a challenge, or simply going through a tough time. Contact  or 831-465-3368. For more information check out our webpage at tlc.org/stephenministry.

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Visitation Ministry is multifaceted. The ministry includes contact with those in hospitals, those that are home bound, and those that are in care facilities. If you would like to be a part of this team, CLICK HERE to fill out the application.


“I got involved with the TLC Hospital Visitation Team because I wanted an opportunity to pray for, comfort and be a blessing to others. What I quickly discovered however, is that as often as I pray for, comfort, or bless a patient, they do the same for me in return!” -J.D.

“People seem happily surprised to learn their church family is aware they are in the hospital. It can be a place of such fear; where faith can hit a brick wall. So I go, I listen, I pray and I offer a little encouragement, when needed. It’s that simple. No specials skill required, but the blessing I receive is REAL! It never gets old!” -C.F.