We love worshipping at Troy Assembly of God. It is a vital part with our relationship with God. Whether you love to worship, or you love to play instruments, we want you to be with us Sunday Mornings.
Through the ministry of small groups, we seek to make the large church small. Small groups bring intimacy and accountability. A typical Wednesday night includes worship, teaching with a multi-media presentation, followed by plenty of discussion and Q&A time in small groups.Our mission is to build up the church, to increase faith and encourage one another.Currently, the small groups meet in the Worship Center. We encourage everyone to be part of a small group. It takes commitment, but that’s what a disciple is – a committed follower of Jesus.
Home Groups are small groups that meet in host homes for the purpose of building relationships, biblical discussion, and prayer. Groups are available for adults of all ages, stages of life, and spiritual maturity, and they are organized by geographical location. Home Groups are comprised of the same 5-7 couples or 8-12 individuals who meet consistently over a period of time. Home Groups allow believers to grow closer to one another
Men’s Prayer Breakfast is a ministry to strengthen and encourage men to love as true men of God. We gather the first Saturday morning of each month at 8:00 AM for breakfast, prayer, Bible study, and fellowship. We encourage men to live all out as a man of God.
Troy Assembly of God’s ladies meet on the third Saturday of every month at 9:30AM for a time of fellowship, praise, and prayer. In this time we encourage one another, cry, and laugh as women of God. On one Monday per month we go and visit someone to pray with them, encourage, and bless. Various other outreaches take place throughout the year.
This ministry is for all singles who like to have fun, and fellowship. We meet once a month. We do anything from Tigers games to Movie Nights. We would love for you to join us!
Alcoholics for Christ
This ministry creates an atmosphere in which people can share their experiences, strengths, and hope with one another so that recovering alcoholics and their loved ones can have a close personal relationship with Christ for the possibility of wholeness and healing. We meet Friday’s at 7 PM in the Fellowship Hall