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Watch/Listen to Past Services

Holy Hope
Here’s some good news – when the world ends, it will be God who is in control. The time will be right. The timing, perfect. That doesn’t mean you can stop recycling or forget about wearing a mask. But it does mean that we do not have to live in fear of the future.
Overcome or Overcomers
Guest speaker. Tom was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, and became a Christian while in college in 1979. He quickly decided to enter the ministry, and spent the next several years in campus ministry at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, at the University of Denver, and Princeton University in New Jersey. Tom and his family moved to the Huntsville area in 1994 to preach for the Central Church of Christ. As part of that ministry, he began an outreach program for addiction recovery in 1997. Tom left the full-time ministry in 2007, and worked in the business world while volunteering his time to help start His Way, a Christ-centered residential recovery facility for men. Today, Tom is the full-time Executive Director for His Way. As Executive Director, Tom is personally involved with each resident's recovery plan, he teaches classes and counsels with the men in the program daily, and also represents His Way to the community. Tom holds a Business degree from the University of Washington and a Masters in Religion from David Lipscomb University.
Didn't See That Coming
Life is full of surprising moments when the only thing we can say is, “I didn’t see that coming.” The things we initially judge as major setbacks, failures, obstacles and interruptions often turn out to be set ups, successes, bridges to a better future and blessings.
Divine Intervention
People talk about it in different ways, but all of us at some point want God to intervene in our circumstances. We want God to step in, take control, interrupt, get involved. We think, if God would just move into this moment, my life would get so much easier. Be careful what you wish for.
Those People
Everybody has some group they refer to as “those people.” For you, they may be a different color. They may have voted for a different candidate. Your “those people,” may march in demonstrations or stand up for law and order. Here’s the thing – whoever they are – God loves those people.
Invisible Hand
God doesn’t have to do a miracle to work a wonder in your life. If he is with us, we don’t need a miracle. In fact, our ultimate rescue was pulled off not by a miracle from God but by him refusing to perform one.
Redeeming Interruptions
What if interruptions are really God-given appointments for compassion?
Gentle On My Mind
It takes all of thirty seconds on Twitter to realize that gentleness is not a widely embraced concept. If we’re going to see better days head, though, we’d better get a handle on this virtue. In Philippians 4, Paul tells us why and how.
Steel Magnolias
All through the Bible, when God’s people needed someone to move in, step up, speak out or reach down; someone to serve, sing or bless, God called on a woman.

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.