Other Christian and Church sites
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We are closely linked with Hampton Hill United Reformed Church, and we also work very closely with our neighbouring churches: Holy Trinity Church, Twickenham Green Baptist Church and Twickenham Salvation Army. Also in the local area are Whitton Baptist Church, Teddington Baptist Church and Kingston United Reformed Church.
As a United Reformed Church we are part of the worldwide family of churches that make up the Council for World Mission.
Each year we collect from local homes and take part in street collecting for Christian Aid Week. Also, each year, as part of our Harvest celebration, members are asked to give 1% of their income in support of Commitment for Life's work in Zimbabwe. Thanks are due to everyone who has given so generously.
We support the work of the London City Mission and the Bible Society. We also support the Trade Justice Movement and an number of our members have taken part in a previous Mass Lobby of Parliament and other events.
We are a corporate member of the United Nations Association, Twickenham and Richmond Branch (UNA), and over the years several of our members have served as branch officials. The UNA supports the United Nations International Day of Peace, on September 21st each year.
The United Reformed Church is one of the sponsors of the rejesus.co.uk web site. Learn more, join in the discussions, or try their quiz and see what you score! And if you don't take yourself too seriously, take a look at ship-of-fools.com, including its church reports by mystery worshippers.
A good start for general and national church information are the BBC Religion and Ethics pages.
Premier Christian Radio for London broadcasts in our area on MW and DAB, and you can also hear their broadcasts online and on Freeview.
Some links (shown in grey, like this), currently seem to have disappeared or are not working. If anyone has any further information or updates on these web sites then we would be interested to know what has happened to them, please contact the webmaster.