Sunday Sermon 12th August 2018

John 6:35 Good News Translation 35 “I am the bread of life,” Jesus told them. “Those who come to me will never be hungry; those who believe in me will never be thirsty. I have always thought that this passage in the gospel of John, that we have just heard today, is somewhat of a ‘superstar’ passage […]

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URC Daily Devotions

Every morning the URC sends out a Daily Devotion consisting of a reading, short reflecting and prayer written by a range of people from different places and perspectives within the URC. Recently we have been taking a journey through the Epistle to the Galatians. Our next series is on the Book of Ruth. This book […]

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#EndHostility

A group of major Churches is launching a campaign to challenge the government’s approach to illegal immigration, which they say is leading to destitution, discrimination and distrust. The Baptist Union, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church have joined forces to call on the government to review entirely the web […]

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Hiroshima Day – 6th August 2018

Monday 6th August 2018 marks the 73rd anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima at the close of World War Two, the first of only two times that a nuclear weapon has been used during war. Earlier this year the UN approved the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons which was signed by 122 countries, […]

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Hoops & Loops

Who are Hoops and Loops? Hoops and Loops is a Support/Social group for LGBT+ asylum seekers and refugees. They were first set up by Displaced People In Action in 2015 and still has a few founder members in the group awaiting for their asylum decisions. What do they do? They meet once a month in […]

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Single Use Plastic

Single use plastics have found their way into every part of our life, they are easily disposable, pervasive and carry long term environmental consequences. It’s almost impossible to really understand how a bag, tray, straw, water bottle or toothbrush could out live us and carry on damaging the natural world, but this is the legacy […]

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