Jobs for Life (JFL) is a Christian-based program designed to help men and women develop the character, confidence and core work readiness skills to prepare them for work and life.  This is a 16-session course which may be taught in an eight-week time frame (two classes per week) or a 16 weeks time frame (one class per week). How you can help:

  • Prayer Team Leader – Coordinate and encourage a prayer team committed to pray regularly and specifically for all components and people involved with JFL training.
  • Serve as prayer team member for JFL
  • Perform administrative duties associated with Jobs for Life
  • Course Instructor – two to four hours per class (16 session course) - serve with team of two to four instructors teaching prepared curriculum
  • Student Relations Leader – (this could be two people co-leading) Recruit, screen and monitor progress of JFL students – lead team (materials provided)
  • Student Relations team member
  • Champion Team Leader – (this could be two people co-leading) – Recruit, equip, direct and encourage a team of dedicated mentors to walk beside students throughout the JFL training course. (Training materials are provided)
  • Champion Team member – serves with a team as mentor to JFL students
  • Business Relations Team Leader – Lead and support a team of “ambassadors” for JFL to the business community, share JFL with business and community leaders.  (Training and promotional materials provided)
  • Business Relations Team member – spread the word of JFL to business community, participate in mock interviews, Employer Roundtables, identify and pursue potential business partners for the JFL program
  • Small Group Leader – dedicated discussion leader for duration of JFL course – opportunity to build relationships and mentor JFL students
  • JFL Business Partner – provide JFL graduates an opportunity for employment
  • Help plan and coordinate JFL Student Graduation ceremony
  • Help plan and coordinate JFL mid-course Celebration
  • Provide JFL classroom refreshments

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

I felt strangely at home right away. Felt peace, love, acceptance and grace. . . They smiled at me, said hi, welcomed me: all with a great sense of sincerity.

I saw a new approach to worship and I felt God like I hadn’t for a while. It didn’t take me more than a few Sundays for me to feel at home.

I felt like it gave me the best opportunity to bring a non-believer or wayward believer with a different background or religious upbringing and them feel at home and interested in reconnecting with God or maybe connecting for the first time.