About Twin Peaks
In 1998 Twin Peaks started with a handful of people meeting in a living room. Since then God has blessed and we have grown to over 170 in membership and by His grace we’re still growing. We believe this is because so many at Twin Peaks have a passionate commitment to follow Jesus and to share Him with others.
Here are just some of the things going on at Twin Peaks:
- At least one local evangelistic series each year.
- Involvement in overseas mission and evangelistic work.
- An active Community Services department that reaches out to meet community needs.
- Sponsorship of Family Camp, a camp meeting each year to give families the tools and encouragement needed to grow stronger.
- Training seminars to equip Christians in a variety of areas such as witnessing, giving Bible studies, developing a devotional life and improving interpersonal relationship skills.
These are just some of the things that make Twin Peaks a great church to be a part of. Twin Peaks is not a perfect church, because we’re all sinners who need God’s grace. But it is a great church to be a member of because we love Jesus, love each other and love our community. Because of this we have numerous members who drive hours each week to be here. I invite you to start attending our church and see what makes people do that. It won't take long for you to discover that Twin Peaks is a church that is a great place to be. We look forward to seeing you soon. Thanks again for visiting our website and may God bless you and your family.
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