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Watch/Listen to Past Services

The Budget Sermon 2021
Not your usual budget sermon. We focus on explaining our priorities, particularly in light of the unusual situation our country is in.
We kicked off our read-the-bible-in-a-year plan for 2021.
Something to Believe
Why would Christ leave the joy and peace of heaven to be born into a world ruined by sin, ruled by tyrants and rotten with hate? One word. Love.
Something to Share
We can find entertainment. Fun can be had. Pleasures abound. But the one thing that’s in short supply, scarce as paper towels in the middle of a pandemic, is real, genuine joy.
Something You Need
Do you feel at peace? Or more like a pin ball careening off bumpers, bouncing off the walls and being slapped around by paddles manipulated by an invisible force that is hellbent on driving you insane? Yeah. Me, too. Let me introduce you to someone called the Prince of Peace.
Something You Want
There is an odd calculus in hope. The greater the pain, the more desperate things are, the stronger, more confident hope becomes. Would that be useful to you right about now?
House Rules
Critics of Christianity look at the way Christians dealt with slavery and racism and blamed it on the Bible. Charles Manson blamed the murders his cult committed on the song Helter Skelter from the Beatle’s White Album. Paul McCartney, who co-wrote the song with John Lennon, said it was about a playground apparatus. I’m going with Paul on this one. Maybe we should take another look at this passage in Ephesians.
Who's the Boss?
The passage we’re looking at this week is one of the most misinterpreted, misused, mangled, misrepresented, maligned and man-handled (literally) passages in the Bible. If you read it out of context, it sounds like something the Taliban would say. So, let’s read it IN context.

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.