This summer TCP is going through “The Reason for God: Conversations on Faith and Life”. This discussion series revolves around 6 non-Christians and their questions about Christianity with Pastor Tim Keller facilitating discussion.

TCP 2019  |  June 4th - JULY 30th

TCP is a Summer Opportunity for students to learn what laboring in the workplace looks like. Students and graduates can taste and see what it's like to be a laborer off the campus in the lost neighborhood or workplace. 

At Campus Outreach, our mobilization strategy is organized around the “lost worlds” our graduates will find themselves in after college; back to the college campus, the neighborhood, workplace or overseas missions.

Our summer projects which are nuanced in ways that stimulate vision and equipping for the college campus (STP) and global outreach (CCP). TCP is designed to help students gain vision for their city, workplace, and ministering right where they're at.

 

About TCP

Who is at the Twin Cities Project?

CO Minneapolis students who have a level of commitment to our vision and vehicle. TCP is for current students and new grads.

  • Current Students & New Grads - TCP provides vision and experience for students to learn to transition well from college discipleship to small group community within the church as they give their lives away in their spheres of influence -- such as workplace, neighborhood, etc.


Cost

$62  |  The cost includes weekly meals at discussion groups and study materials.


Rhythm and Schedule 

Weekly events

  • Sunday | Attend a weekend service at Bethlehem Baptist Church.

  • Tuesday | Small Groups at staff's homes in the Twin Cities.


Additional Information:

  • Each student will work a full-time or part-time job. Students jobs will not be provided through TCP.

  • Each student is responsible for finding their own housing during TCP.