About Our Church
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We are a thoughtful church of about 40 members. We study the Bible, share experiences, and pray together to learn more about Jesus Christ and where he leads us.
We meet for worship at 10.30am and 6pm each Sunday. Our services generally last about 1-1¼ hours. Morning worship includes Junior Church, and a crèche and play corner with activities for young children is provided. Refreshments are served afterwards, a good chance to meet and chat with the preacher or other members of the congregation.
Currently we do not have a dedicated Minister; our Interim Moderator is Eileen Lawlor. She regularly conducts worship in our church and others, and also we have many visiting ministers and lay preachers both from within the URC and from other demoninations.
We normally celebrate Holy Communion during our services on the first Sunday evening and third Sunday morning of each month.
Our standard Bible text is the New International Version, although we also read and study passages from other versions and texts, both historical and modern.
Our hymn book is the United Reformed Church's Rejoice and Sing, although again we sing hymns from many other sources during our worship. We have our own hymn book Hymns for Twickenham Green which contains many of our favourites, and we also from time to time introduce new hymns and music.
We are situated by Twickenham Green at the southern end of First Cross Road, opposite the cricket pavilion. Look for our building as in the picture above, or see this page for a map and travel information.
You and/or your children are also of course welcome to join us during the week at our children's and young persons' groups, or as part of one of the many youth organizations meeting at the church. Please see their respective pages for further information and times.
There has been a church on our site since 1835. Until 1972, when most Congregational and Presbyterian churches in England and Wales united to form the United Reformed Church, we were known as Twickenham Congregational Church. There is much more information on the history of our church and buildings on this web site.
We have close associations not only with Hampton Hill URC, but also with the other churches around Twickenham Green: Holy Trinity Church, Twickenham Green Baptist Church, and the Salvation Army. We hold joint services and events with these and others, including our annual Summer Songs of Praise service on Twickenham Green.