Campus & Grounds

We are blessed to be located on a beautiful piece of property in urban Austin, TX. For that we are grateful and strive to find creative ways to steward this gift for ministry. Our Main building contains the sanctuary, fellowship hall, classrooms, meeting rooms, and administrative space. Our School building contains additional classrooms for Sunday School and our Preschool.

Triumphant Trails

Hiking paths throughout our property. Trails range from easy walking to steep rocky terrain.
Trail Map
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Prayer Path

A marked path for prayer and meditation accessible by a stairway adjacent to the Resurrection Garden entrance.

Trail Map
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Outdoor Worship Area

Located behind the sanctuary and accessible from the outside elevator next to the sanctuary, this lighted space is used for our Wednesday worship services and other special events.

Jack’s Garden

This special garden is designed and planted by the TLLC Preschool that marks the entrance to our Nature Preserve. It is dedicated to the memory of TLLC member Jack Stueber, who contributed much time and energy to caring for the TLLC property and overall ministry.

Sensory Garden & Nature Preserve

In 2018, the Preschool partnered with the University of Texas Lady Bird Wildflower Research Center to develop a Nature Preserve in the woods on the TLLC property. It consists of over 3 acres of trails, community build sites, gathering spaces, and more. The children enjoy this outdoor area each week. Most recently, the Preschool created a Sensory Garden for our youngest children, allowing them to touch and crawl among plants while experiencing God’s creation.

Youth Recreation Spaces

We have two playgrounds, one for toddlers up to age 2 and one for children up to 6. We also have a gaga ball pit for all ages as well as a basketball hoop in the parking lot.

For our Pokémon Go enthusiasts, we have 4 PokéStops and a PokéGym on the property!

Resurrection Garden

Located on the south end of our property. It is open to the public and offers solitude for reflection, meditation, prayer, and remembrance with a beautiful scenic view of the canyon below and distant hills. The ministry of the Garden is to memorialize deceased members on the Resurrection Garden walls, inter the cremains of members in a columbarium niche (showing names and birth and death dates), and provide a place to inscribe members’ names whose ashes are scattered or who are buried elsewhere.

 

Building Rental Space

We offer our building to various outside users and organizations to serve their needs and further their ministries. These events often include academic and music education; local neighborhood and outreach groups; health and wellness education; and private gatherings such as parties, weddings, and funerals.