The Summit is collecting 100 boxes of macaroni and cheese for the school holiday break bags put together by United Christian Ministries. The last day to bring to church is Sunday, December 8.
This Advent season (the Sundays leading up to Christmas), we'll be using thematic materials in worship and personal devotion. The series, called "What Can't Wait," points us to imagine, prioritize, and prepare for the coming Messiah with art, readings, and images around the things God couldn't wait to give us. DECEMBER 1, ADVENT I ... Continue Reading →
Calling all sheep, cows, shepherds, wise people, and other nativity characters! Report to The Summit at 9:30 a.m. to learn your cues and songs! Children will rehearse from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. and present their annual Nativity Play in worship at 11:00 a.m.
All ages are welcome at our Christmas Eve worship gathering! We'll sing carols with our band, hear the story of Jesus' birth, and light candles. There will be activity bags for children as well as cookies and a hot cocoa bar. The nursery will be open with a live feed for those that need a... Continue Reading →
All college students and college-age young adults are invited to our small group! We meet about every other week for discussion and prayer requests. We talk about what you want to talk about - life, faith, and anything else that matters to you. We will be getting together to hang out over the holiday break!... Continue Reading →
Our Dream Team has just presented our redefined mission statement to the Advisory Council. We also have a clear vision statement for 2019 and beyond. It's an exciting time to be at The Summit as we journey together in spiritual growth and celebrate who we are as a church family! MISSION: (WHO WE ARE)... Continue Reading →
Our building is located at 486 Fairview Rd in Sylva. From 107, you'll head down Fairview Rd for about a minute. Our building will be on the right - there's a sign for The Summit Church and for Heritage Christian Preschool - and you'll turn in and go right. There is limited parking at our... Continue Reading →
Visiting a church can be intimidating. We hope to make visiting as easy as possible. Here's a few things you should expect: There are visitor parking spots up front next to the building. Don't let them go empty- they are for you! The double glass doors are the main entrance. When you walk in, you'll... Continue Reading →