Resources as we navigate Covid-19 together

As a church family, the last few months have brought some incredible changes to the way we navigate our world. Social distancing and postponement of events can make it difficult to connect and not feel isolated. As a church family, we want to remain connected! Below are some resources that will help as we move forward through this season.

  • Online and Onsite Services

    Be sure to join our online or onsite services at 9 and 11am on Sundays. We stream the entire service at We also stream the service on Facebook and on YouTube. If the live service times don't work for you be sure to check out our Vimeo page, where all of our videos will be soon after the live event has concluded.

    For onsite services, registration is required so we can manage the number of people in our building. For details and to get registered, check out our "Regathering" page.


    On Sunday mornings our student services will be streamed at 10:45am on Facebook and Youtube. Services will include worship, a message and discussion questions. 


    On Sunday mornings our children services will be posted on our Rock Solid Kidz Facebook page where you can watch an interactive pre-recorded memory verse and then follow the link for worship and story time.

  • Connection Card

    Our Connection Card has always been a primary tool for communicating prayer requests, responding to our service, and generally communicating with the servants here at the church office. Be sure to check on our online Connection Card.

  • Online Giving

    We are so thankful that we have a great online alternative to giving tithes and offerings! Our system is safe, secure, and super easy. For giving online, simply visit our giving page follow the easy instructions. If you need an assistance, please contact April in our office at or at extension 202.

  • Message Notes and Study Guide

    You can access the Message Notes and Study Guide for each week by scrolling down this page to our current series, or click here to go directly to that section.

  • Bible Reading Plan

    Our church participates in a Bible reading plan together, but many of us don't have the latest "Bible Reading Bookmark" because we haven't been meeting in person! There is good news! Our plan, the "Life Journal Reading Plan" is also available online, and you can access it here here

  • A Hopeful Word from TCC!

    Several times each week we are planning on offering a video with some helpful and hopeful thoughts as we navigate these challenging times together. Below is the most recent video, but all of our "Be Connected" videos can be found here on our Vimeo page.

  • Resources for Spiritual Encouragement

    Our team has gathered the following list of resources that can help encourage you spiritually and give you creative ideas for growth during this season.

  • Ways to receive or offer help

    As a church family, we are actively looking for ways that we can get help to those in need and connect people who want to help with needs that have surfaced. Visit our Covid-19 Care page for more information!

  • Other helpful links and resources

    There is a page on our website called "COVID-19 TCC updates" where we are listing helpful information and resources. You can check out that webpage here.

We would love to have you join us Sunday mornings at 9:00am or 11:00am

You can catch our live stream at, Facebook, or YouTube

You can expect Twin Cities Church to be:

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Current Message Series

Stronger: Courage For Chaotic Times

We live in unprecedented times with uncertain dynamics and unpredictable circumstances. How do you stand strong with courage in the face of chaotic times like these? Joshua became the leader of God's people during a time of great uncertainty, and God said to him: "Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go."

How do we build that kind of strong hope and trust? It begins with knowing the One who spoke those words. Throughout the Bible, again and again, God describes Himself with a name that speaks directly to the need His people were having at that moment. Over and over again, God says, “I will be for you all that you need. Place your trust in who I am.”

For the next ten weeks, we’re going to discover who God is by looking at His names and how they can help us grow in courage to stand strong in the chaotic times we’re in. Come join us as we grow in our knowledge and intimacy of the God whose name helps us be STRONGER.

April 12 - Easter Online at Twin Cities Church (Message Notes | Music)

April 19 - "Building a Stronger Foundation" (Message Notes | Music)

April 26 - "Establishing a Stronger Trust" (Message Notes | Music)

May 3 - "Looking to a Stronger Power" (Message Notes | Music)

May 10 (Mother's Day) - "Seeking a Stronger Significance" (Message Notes | Music)

May 17 - "Finding a Stronger Hope" (Message Notes | Music)

May 24 - "Trusting a Stronger Promise" (Message Notes | Music)

May 31 - "Securing a Stronger Peace" (Message Notes | Music)

June 7 - "Knowing a Stronger Security" (Message Notes | Music)

June 14 - "Shaping a Stronger Character" (Message Notes | Music)

June 21 (Father's Day) - "Embracing a Stronger Love" (Message Notes | Music)

June 28 - "Receiving A Stronger Healing" (Message Notes | Music)

July 5 - "Claiming A Stronger Victory" (Message Notes | Music)

Engage with us live online at For resources like message notes or audio and video of past messages, visit our message resources page. For book selections designed to tie into this series, check out our "Pastor's Picks."

Click here for our 2020 church prayer!

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