Twickenham Church of Christ is committed to children and youth and their care.  In order to promote a safe and secure environment for children, the following policy has been developed for all church planned events on and off campus.  The sole purpose of this policy is the protection and safety of the children and youth at Twickenham. 

If you work in any capacity with the Twickenham Children or Youth Ministries, you must read this policy and sign the Policy Agreement Form on page 30.  The signed form should be turned into the church office or to Steve Crigger.  Failure to do so will exclude individuals from working with our Children and Youth Programs.

Click here to download the Child Protection Policy

Members of the Twickenham Child Protection Team are: 

  • Amy Smith, Children's Minister
  • Walton Harless, Shepherd
  • Lee Potts, Shepherd

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

This church is a positive, progressive body of believers who accept the normal diversity which exists in any church without trying to force some conformity and/or uniformity of belief or practices based on tradition, opinions, and preferences. Sadly, that is not the norm and thus you may be viewed as "different" by other churches or believers. I view such a difference as a great positive.

The diversity of thought that allows for tolerance of opinion with agreement on the basics of the gospel. The number of missions-minded individuals that are in involved in both foreign and domestic/local ministries.

This church has a large number of very talented members who appear to be highly involved and connected to all aspects of the church body. This church is at a prime location with many talented members and great opportunity to serve this community and beyond.

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