United Reformed Church Services April 2019
Services at 10:30 an unless otherwise stated.
Sun 7th Rev. Tim Richards (including Holy Communion).
Sun 14th Mr Steve Beney
Sun 21st Easter Sunday Rev. Tim Richards.
Sun 28th To Be Arranged.
We are an inclusive, outward looking group of people and we welcome all: wherever you are on your life/spiritual journey we welcome you without regard to age, gender, denominational background, sexual orientation, race or ability. We respect the traditions of our past, engage with present and look forward to the future, believing that Christian truth is not contained in static prepositional statements but is ever changing and constantly evolving. Tea/coffee is served after every service providing the opportunity to meet and chat with each other and the preacher.
URC Minister: Rev. Tim Richards 01458 252799.
A big Thank you to all who came along to our SPRING EVENT in support of Curry Rivel's Active Living Group. Your company was much appreciated.
NB: Date for your diary:
Christmas Craft Fair in the Robert Sewers Hall Saturday 9th November.
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