Journey Groups / Adult Classes – Our Sunday morning classes meet from 9:00-9:45 am and are called Journey Groups.  These groups provide not only a place for study, but also an environment where you can use your gifts and serve others.  Within the Journey Groups, there are opportunities within for people to help with outreach, connection and care.  Additionally, Wednesday night studies are provided for those needing a mid-week boost.  Most sessions run 8-12 weeks.  We are always looking for those willing to teach within the context of either the Sunday morning Journey Groups or Wednesday night classes.  To see the locations of our current Journey Group offerings, click here.

Greeters – Our greeters welcome people entering and leaving our facility.  If you are available to greet with a smile on Sundays or serve at special events, we need your help.

Small Groups – 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.  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.  We strongly encourage each member to find a group that you can be a part of and experience “Life in Community” to its fullest.  We are looking for members willing to either host or lead those groups. The Small Group listing can be found Small Groups at Twickenham.

Find a place to volunteer in the areas below. Let us know which ones you're interested in.

Fellowship – The Fellowship group helps with meals in times of need, coordinates church-wide meals and special events, and leads the effort for our Dinner and Devo series during the summer.  Volunteers are needed to set up, clean up, cook, decorate and take on other tasks associated with these events.

Operations – As much as possible, we attempt to maintain this facility within our membership.  If you have a particular talent in carpentry, plumbing, painting, etc., we would like to use those talents within this ministry area.  We are also in need of those to coordinate and maintain the vehicles utilized at Twickenham.

Assembly Management – There are several needs related to our assembly.  These areas range from communion preparation before assembly to activities during assembly such as leading prayer or counting attendance. 

Worship – Several ministries fall within our Worship Ministry.  We can use volunteers working behind the scenes on Sunday to operate sound and lighting, help with internet operations, and facilitate media activities.  We also need people interested in drama for activities within worship or in our Christmas plays every other year. 

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.