January 2019

The Summit, Worth the Climb
Facilitated by Steve Crigger [Fellowship Hall]6:00 - 7:30 pm

Here’s the thing about summits – they are hard to get to. But once you climb to the top, the view is spectacular. You see things you can’t see from ground level. Sometimes, you even feel closer to God. That’s one reason we’re calling Wednesday nights in January “The Summit”. That and the fact that we know getting to a mid-week service isn’t easy. You’ve got work, the kids have homework, practice or rehearsals, and they’re closing the road over the mountain for the rest of the year. Like we said – getting to “The Summit” isn’t easy – but it’s worth it. Here’s why:

  • Food. We’ll provide a lite meal from 6:00 to 6:20pm. (Please RSVP to adrienne@twickenham.org or shannan@twickenham.org by Monday so we know how many to plan for. We will not sell tickets, but will have a donation basket to help defray costs).  If you can’t join us for dinner, be here at 6:20 pm.
  • Conversation. If you enjoyed one of our Appreciative Inquiries with Jon Mullican, you’ll love “The Summit”. If you didn’t go to one of those Saturday Vision meetings, ask someone who did. They’ll tell you how awesome it was.
  • Thought-provoking questions. Instead of just sitting and listening to someone lecture – not that there’s anything wrong with that – “The Summit” will be an interactive, intergenerational experience. Groups of three or four will gather to think through powerful, thought-provoking questions.
  • New perspectives. As you tell your own story and hear those of others, you will gain a new perspective. You’ll see things you’ve never seen before.

Will it be easy getting here at 6:00 pm on a Wednesday night? No

Worth it? Summits always are

There are Children and Youth classes for all ages from nursery-12th grade.

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

First visit several years ago was confusing. First visit this summer, I was impressed with the service and the friendliness of the people. I was impressed with the focus on community. The openness, the understanding that the church is part of the world and local community.

I have always felt loved here. No one has ever judged me or made me feel less during any of my trials.

I consider the hearts of the people at Twickenham to be one of the greatest strengths. I have seen people quietly serve in so many ways and walk out life together. I also believe that the resources of the congregation can be a huge strength. Together, there is such a huge opportunity for ministry.