April - June 2017

Please find below the Wednesday night line-up starting January 4 and continuing until March 29. There will not be any classes on March 15 due to Spring Break.

Loss - Room S206

Facilitated by Todd White and Margarett Merryman 

Loss is one of life’s inescapable realities. Loss is so much a part of the human experience, it’s like the air we breathe. Loss forces us to realize that even the good things we want and enjoy are fragile, temporary and unrecoverable. Yet God meets us in our loss, and God gives us others to share the sorrow of our losses with. We are all companions in the same essential battle, dealing with the same essential questions.

As Christians, we know our sorrows are to be transformed into something deeply and eternally good. But sometimes our loss is so great that our experience drowns out all truth and all hope. Yet through our suffering, God pours out his love in Christ Jesus. And in God’s timing, he intends his love to overflow and spill into the lives of others through us. The comfort we receive from God helps us to comfort others (2 Corinthians 1:3–7).  

This study provides a biblical framework for understanding 

Calling all Fathers and Grandfathers! 33 The Series, A Man and His Fatherhood - Room S204

Facilitated by Jay Dryden

Whether you are a father or a grandfather your role is about more than just protecting and providing for your kids and grandkids. Being a dad is one of the most important and influential roles a man could ever play in his life. But being a good dad doesn’t always come naturally. This world needs more good dads and granddads who stay engaged. We need men who are willing to embrace the long road of building and cultivating a multi-generational family. We need men who are willing to admit they haven’t figured it out and are prepared to do the work of learning how to lead and love their kids well. This series will help you begin to think strategically about being a dad. A Man and His Fatherhood provides insights and biblical truth that can carry you through the 

UNCLASS Women’s Devotional Group - Room Fellowship Hall

Facilitated by Sheri Crigger

Need time to unwind in the midst of a busy week?  Life tends to be incredibly tiring, and there just isn’t time to rest or spend with others to share things going on in your day.  Join us as we discuss life over a cup of coffee in the Fellowship Hall.  We'll explore a different topic each week - ideas inspired by books, magazine articles, and blogs on a variety of practical topics.  We'll have time to share thoughts and pray with the group in a round-table format. 

Growth and Prayer in the Spirit - Room S203

Facilitated by Tom Carter

The purpose of this class is to cultivate the work of the Spirit in our lives and to walk deeper in the Spirit. This class is a continuation of our search for a deeper life in the Holy Spirit that brings glory to God. It is not all formal teaching but more an emphasis of experiencing and being led by the Spirit.

Revelation Wellness - Room Gymnasium

Facilitated by Traci Stewart

The Twickenham Women's Ministry will be offering a Revelation Wellness fitness class.  This is like no other fitness class you have attended.  Yes, we will work out, but it is about so much more than that.  It is about faith THEN fitness.  It is about gaining freedom in your original design as God created you to be.  It is about breaking the chains that so many of us have to the number on the scale, the reflection in the mirror and our value being based on outward factors.  The workouts consist of cardio and strength training.  All levels of fitness are welcome, as we will offer modifications to take it down a notch or make it more difficult.  We will build a community of encouraging and lifting up.  Please bring a yoga mat or towel to use.  Please email the Ladies Ministry if you plan to participate.

 

Twickenham Youth Group - Room S102

Facilitated by Cade Smith and Dave Stewart

Join Cade and Dave for a mid-week break to sing, relax, and refresh for the rest of the week.  The entire youth group will meet together for this series.

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.

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