Organisations meeting at the Church
In addition to being a worshipping, caring community, the church is pleased to support and welcome the following clubs and organisations, several of which are either run or supported by church members. The church's aim is to be at the heart of the local community.
Where available, links are to their own websites which will provide contact details. We are not responsible for, and need not necessarily agree with any content of, the sites linked from here. Links to external web sites will open in a new window.
For children and young people: Toddler Time (Friday mornings) and Mini Play (Monday mornings) for under 4's, and Friday Footsteps for 3-7 year olds. See our Children and Young People's Groups page for more information on these.
Uniformed organisations for young people: Beavers for boys and girls aged 6-8; Rainbows for girls aged 5-7; Cubs for boys and girls aged 8-10; Brownies for girls aged 7-10; Scouts for ages 10-16; Guides for girls aged 10-14. See the Youth Organisations page for more information on these.
For older people: A monthly Tea and Chat afternoon is held in the hall. For those and anyone else who would like to come along and meet up, chat and make and keep up with new friends. With board games and refreshments. Free for anyone who wishes to attend, but a donation for the cost of refreshments would be appreciated. From 2pm-4pm on the second Thursday of each month; please contact Jenny Samuel on 020 8894 3404 or Marian Hatton on 020 8287 2491 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Folk on The Green group meet and rehearse on Wednesday evenings, and also regularly play concerts at the church. Contact Barry Buttenshaw on 020 8977 4100, email@example.com
The Maranatha Fellowship is a devotional interdenominational group, meeting on every third Tuesday of the month at 8pm. Contact Trevor Blair on 020 8398 6986 or Janet Higgs on 020 8941 3626.
The Trefoil Group for retired Girl Guide leaders meets monthly. Search for the group on their national web site.
Twickenham Green Townswomen's Guild (meeting on the first and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 10am, contact Ann Stevens on 020 8891 1646 or Maggie Nichols, firstname.lastname@example.org) and St.Margarets Townswomen's Guild (meeting on the second Monday of each month at 2pm, contact Valerie Hall on 020 8867 2436) both meet at the church. Search for those groups on their national web site.
The Twickenham Hearing Support Group, for those with hearing difficulties, meets on Wednesday evenings (7.30pm - 9.15pm). See their own web site at hearingsupport.blogspot.co.uk for more information and contact details.
The National Childbirth Trust (NCT), after a break, have resumed their breastfeeding support drop-in group at the church, on Tuesday afternoons (1pm - 3pm). The group was reopened by Sir Vincent Cable on the 27th September 2017; a video of the event is available on Facebook.
The Richmond Talking Newspaper for the Blind records and dispatches weekly from the church.