Our History

Treasure Coast Community Church | TC3 | Jensen Beach, FL

On April of 1992, we informally began as a small group. Six months later, TC3 officially opened it's first public service. Our temporary home was a three screen movie theater in Jensen Beach. Our theater, after being converted with equipment and stage, had 168 available seats. At the end of year one we had to add an additional Sunday Service!

We moved a mile down the road to a Winn Dixie anchored shopping complex that had three long time vacant storefronts. We renovated and moved into the largest. We increased our seating capacity by over 100. Over the next two years we had to acquire the adjacent two spaces. In year three at our new home, we renovated again increasing our seating to 450.

The Winn Dixie Plaza served us well for many years. During this period, Promisland Children and Impact Student Ministries blossomed! We have become a "family friendly" church with kids often bringing their parents after attending special events.

In 2002, it became apparent that it was time for TC3 to get the moving boxes out again. We found an old Knights of Columbus building located on 4550 NE Palmetto Drive, in Jensen Beach. The rally call went out and the church responded.

As we outgrew this investment, we migrated to Jensen Beach High School's brand new Arts Theater with a seating capacity of 650. Our Palmetto Drive residence began being used as our staff offices, and youth meeting space.

In April of 2008 we felt God's call to "move back home". After much renovation our home on PaLmetto Drive once again became our permanent residence. This move was one that created a real sense of family and true biblical community.

God is always moving so stay tuned for the next chapter in TC3 history!