WELCOME TO OUR COVID-19 INFO PAGE.

Updated December 31, 2020.

We exist to provide a place of refuge, peace, restoration and hope, dedicated to help people establish intimacy with Jesus Christ and those they love.

Groups being from a single household is no longer a requirement for coming to a TWFM facility.  It is a suggestion or recommendation by the state, but we have chosen to let you make these decisions based upon your knowledge of your own specific group dynamics.

    • Prayer Cabins may now be occupied by guests from multiple households (at your own discretion).
    • Group Cabins may now be occupied by guests from multiple households (at your own discretion).
    • Please continue to follow all normal TWFM policies and guidelines during your stay.

Think About It!

1. Am I sick?

2. Have I been knowingly in contact with anyone that is sick?

3. Is there any reason that my presence here at TWFM would put the staff or any other guest at risk?

If the answer is yes to any of these

PLEASE DO NOT COME.

If you choose to cancel for COVID related reasons, but do not meet the 3 criteria above, we may still be able to waive a portion or all of the cancellation fee, but please still call the office and talk with us.  We reserve the right to assess cancellation requests on a “case by case” basis. Otherwise all cancellation fees apply as stated on our Cancellation/No-Show Policies page.

 

ALL guests must check-in at the office when you arrive.

 

Please call if you have any other questions or would like to make a reservation!

TWFM Office: 715-488-8564

Regarding “social distancing”: First off, we are so glad that Jesus does not “social distance” and although we really dislike the term, we understand, so please, be sensitive to the other guests regarding their comfort pertaining to these guidelines set by our state government:

Social Distancing Requirements includes maintaining social distancing of six (6) feet between people; washing hands with soap and water for at least 15-20 seconds as frequently as possible or using hand sanitizer; covering coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands); regularly cleaning high-touch surfaces; not shaking hands; and following all other public health recommendations issued by DHS and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.