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Sunday Services

Our 11am Morning Worship services can be attended in person and are streamed live on YouTube (plus they remain available to watch later).

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We are  holding Sunday morning services in the church starting at 11am, operating with social distancing measures in place that mean we have reduced numbers able to attend services. If you wish to attend a service, please contact the Church Secretary on the Saturday before the service so you can be added to the list of attendees.

Please note that face coverings are still encouraged to be worn whilst entering and leaving church, but may be removed whilst seated during the service. There is currently no singing allowed, with hymns being played via pre-recorded means.

Services will continue to be live streamed via our YouTube channel, where you can also find recordings of previous services. Please follow this link to reach our channel.

URC Daily Devotion

From ministers and worship leaders throughout the URC

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URC Daily Devotion 16th September 2021

Thursday 16th September Worship through time and space St John 6: 35 – 59 Jesus said to them, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.  But I said to you that you have seen me and yet do not […]

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Engaging with the local community to become a place of faith and fellowship, of worship and wonder in which Christ’s Gospel is proclaimed and God’s message of love and reconciliation can be shared with all
Our 2020 Hopes
…to have a visible worshipping presence within the local community
…to have more families and children engaged in the worshipping life of the church.
…to connect with and include those currently disconnected with the church in its life and worship.
…to be known as a community hub of spiritual learning, worship and reflection and as a safe, sacred space.
…to provide the worshipping, pastoral and fellowship needs of the longstanding membership
…to operate a sustainable break even budget.