The mission of The Get Together Northwest is to engage business people in serving Christ-centered ministries using the gifts that God has equipped them with to run their businesses. These gifts include their particular professional expertise, network of contacts and entrepreneurial and life experience.
We accomplish our mission by holding monthly luncheons where business people have the opportunity to build relationships with representatives from local, Christ-centered ministries. A portion of every Get Together meeting is spent presenting the needs of these ministries and giving business people the opportunity to come up with creative solutions to meet them. Needs are met in a number of ways by the business people – sharing expertise, making contacts on behalf of a ministry and mobilizing volunteers, to name a few.
We do not fund-raise for ministries. Our focus is on getting people involved through our NetCARING™ approach to networking, which offers professionals the opportunity to demonstrate their particular skills and character, creating more meaningful connections.
We invite you to join us as we practice NetCARING™ over lunch and then brainstorm using our gifts, talents, and connections to help meet the needs of our partner ministries.
We meet the second Tuesday of the month from September through May (except December) from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm in the multi-purpose building at 15555 Stuebner Airline Rd., Houston, TX 77069 (on the Champion Forest Baptist Church campus). Luncheon admission is free; however, the cost of the catered lunch is $15.00 and purchase is optional.
The Get Together Northwest is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and we rely solely on financial support from individuals, churches, and businesses.
Now it’s easy to support The Get Together Northwest, simply click on the support button or mail a check to the address below:
14031 Huffmeister Road
Cypress, Texas 77429
For more information about The Get Together Northwest or if you or your business is interested in sponsoring a luncheon please contact: