Small Groups at Twickenham
One of our stated core values at Twickenham is “Life in Community”. The picture of the church as a community revolves around a body of Christians who provide support for each other. As we are joined together in common faith, we seek to grow closer, forming bonds of unity that provide an anchor against the storms of life. Those bonds are built upon a unity of faith in a common Savior. Christ came “not to be served, but to serve”. He is our example. We should be a people who recognize that in serving each other, we all become stronger. A rope of many cords is stronger than the individual strands. Love for each other is reflected in service to each other.
The purpose of small groups at Twickenham is to build and strengthen relationships. We are called to “love one another” and one of the ways that exemplifies itself at Twickenham is through our small groups as we live in authentic community as Christ’s body.
Our small groups start in the Fall (September-November), take a break over Christmas (December – January) and then pick back up in the Winter/Spring (February-May). This brochure provides a listing of our small groups for the Fall 2017 session, our current Wednesday night classes and our Sunday morning Adult Bible Fellowship classes.
To be involved in a small group you can either fill out a small group registration form (found in lobbies, office and the back of this packet) and turn it in to the church office, log on to www.twickenham.org and sign up on-line, call or email the small group leader, or contact the church office at 256.881.7373. If you have a question as to which small group might be a good fit for you or your family, contact me by email or phone at 256.881.7373 x219.
The Small Groups provide an atmosphere where people of similar interests can grow together in their relationship with God and with each other. Within these groups one can find encouragement, accountability, spiritual growth, fun, friends and fulfillment. I strongly encourage each member to find a group that you can be a part of and experience “Life in Community” to its fullest.
Steven R. Crigger