Marriage Night

On Friday, May 17, 2019, join thousands of people from around the world for a one-night simulcast event in partnership with RightNow Media. Laugh and learn with your spouse as you hear from marriage experts and discover how to honor God in your marriage.  Twickenham is a host for this live simulcast event! 

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Movers for Moms 2019

Twickenham is again partnering with Movers for Moms®, a combined effort between Two Men and a Truck® and the Downtown Rescue Mission. Items collected for this effort will to be donated to Owen's House, which is the Women's and Children's division of the Downtown Rescue Mission. Starting Sunday, there will be boxes in the lobbies where you can place items to help.

Items requested include:

  • Unisex toiletries
  • Toothbrushes/toothpaste
  • Disposable razors
  • Shampoo/Conditioner (2-in-1)
  • Body wash
  • Soap (bars)
  • Women's Underwear
  • Unisex socks
  • Children's underwear and socks
  • Diapers (3m-6m)

Donations will be collected through Wednesday, May 8th. For more information on the Movers for Moms program, visit their web site. Donation boxes are in the gym and children's lobbies.

Two Men and a Truck locations across the country collect donations for women every spring and deliver them to local women’s and family shelters on or before Mother’s Day. Franchises partner with local shelters, schools, and other community organizations to collect goods that will make Mother’s Day special for moms living in shelters.

Watch our 2018 Christmas Play

Our bi-annual Christmas play, The Good, The Bad and the Unimaginable, was presented on December 14 and 15, 2018. If you missed it live, you can see it here!

DVDs of the play are available. Anyone that is interested in obtaining one or more should contact the office at (256) 881-7373 to order. Copies are available at $5 each.

PAR helping in Florida after Hurricane Michael

Here are some pictures from today in Panama City. The group picture includes neighbors Gloria and Johnnie that we removed trees on their roofs and then tarped. Johnnie attends the New Glenwood Church of Christ and was thrilled to see Church of Christ on on our trailer although we told here there were also volunteers from Methodist, Baptist and community churches on our team.

Gloria was so happy to get the tree off her house she insisted on cooking us a fantastic fried chicken dinner. We gave both families Lowe’s and Walmart gift cards thanks to the generosity of Twickenham members.

We also started working on the house you can barely see and cleared enough trees to at least access the home with a vehicle.

We completed work on 3 1/2 homes but received new request for help on approximately 15 more primarily from neighbors and friends of those we served. Thanks for all the financial support that makes this possible. And a special thanks to Leigh Ann for cooking us meals including the spaghetti casserole and desserts that everyone loved last night.


Learn more about PAR (Prepare and Respond) here.


Welcome to the Gendrons, our new Youth Ministers!

We are excited to welcome Caleb and Ashley Gendron to our staff as the new Twickenham Youth Ministry (TYM) leads. The Gendrons will join us in July. Caleb grew up in Blacksburg, VA (yes, he’s a Hokies fan) and received a BA in theology from Lipscomb University. Ashley is from Seattle, WA. She received a BA in sociology from Pepperdine and an MA in conflict management from Lipscomb. 

Most recently, they have worked with Ethos Church in Nashville. We look forward to the unique contributions this gifted couple will make to our students, staff and entire church. 


Volunteers needed for "Give It Back Track" 5K Race

We need volunteers and participants for the Huntsville Inner City Learning Center (HICLC), Give It Back Track 5K Race.  This year, HICLC is working with the Kids to Love organization to build funds to construct a group home for foster girls. The race is scheduled for May 6, 2017, at 8 am.

Lynn Box and team will be at the gym lobby this Sunday signing up runner and walkers (yes, you can walk the 5K).  They will have all pertinent information.  This year you can even have a team of four people competing!  We also need volunteers to help with the event.  

Twickenham has partnered with this event since its beginning and we are hoping to continue a strong presence at the event.  You can find more information about the race here.


History is His Story

What was it like to spend Christmas day in a muddy trench during World War 1? How merry was Christmas 18 days after Pearl Harbor? What would you have said to the world if you had been aboard Apollo 8, the first manned spacecraft to leave Earth’s orbit, circle the moon and return safely home? This December, we will explore three remarkable moments in history – all of which occurred at Christmas time. Besides hearing some amazing stories from the past, we’ll discover that history itself is nothing less than His story.

Join us for Desert & Devo in the Fellowship Hall here at Twickenham, Wednesdays in December (7, 14 & 21) at 6:30 pm each night. Childcare is provided. It’s free. The deserts are amazing. So will be the company.

Twickenham Christmas Dessert Theater

‘Tis the season, mark your calendar! The 2016 Twickenham Christmas Dessert Theater is coming December 9 and 10 at 7:00 pm each night. Enjoy an evening of mystery, merriment and music as we once again celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season with this unique Twickenham Tradition. Tickets available from the office beginning November 20, adults $5, children (under 12) $2.


Annual Day of Prayer

One of our core values is Reliance on Prayer, emphasizing prayer as a first response, not a last resort.   For over 20 years, Twickenham has hosted a yearly prayer service in which we come together and pray.  This year, on Friday, November 2nd, Twickenham will once again host a 12-hour prayer service from 12 noon to midnight in the auditorium.  Childcare will be provided from 6:00-9:00 pm.  Prayer cards are available in all lobbies or you can email your requests to the office to Adrienne or Shannan.  

Please take some prayer cards (available at the building, or download here) to share with neighbors, fellow workers and friends. You can also use or share the form below. The easy way to share the form is to tell others to go to

Prayer requests can be related to anything on your mind from personal situations to general concerns.  Once cards have been filled out, simply place the card in one of the marked boxes around the church, or return to the church office.  The completed prayer cards will then be placed in the auditorium on this day for everyone to pray over them.  

Please make plans to join with others in this congregation on this day as we pray over these cards and solicit God's leading in all that we do.


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Secret Church

The next Secret Church gathering will be held on Friday, April 26, 2019 and Twickenham will once again be a host site. The simulcast will start at 6:00 pm and conclude around midnight. Teacher and author David Platt will lead us in 6+ hours of prayer and Bible study around the topic PRAYER, FASTING AND THE PURSUIT OF GOD.

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Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

Although we were coming from a more conservative background, we quickly noticed that there was an openness and sense of welcoming that made us feel very at ease. We embrace fully what seems to be an environment of healing for the broken. We believe in moving from maintenance to mission. We have been impressed by the engaged nature of the shepherds, staff and membership.

I want to learn more about God’s Word and hold Him close in my heart. Twickenham seems to be able to guide me by offering similar perspectives to which I can relate as well as unique views that open my mind.

I was very impressed with the love, compassion and how sincere the worship is.