Some old church battle grounds recalled by Jean Silvan Evans People often say today that religion and politics don’t mix. But, the more I look into the life of our illustrious forefather John Batchelor – better known as the statue in the Hayes than the founder of Charles Street Congregational Church, forerunner of City URC […]
An evening of song, opera and musical theatre exploring the enigmatic theme of love For tickets please contact email@example.com Saturday 11 September 2021 at 6.30pm
City United Reformed Church encourages all individuals that use the building to play their part in: creating and maintaining a safe environment for all, especially children and adults at risk, so that the dignity of each person is respected being informed about different forms of abuse and harassment and how to respond appropriately, making it […]
It’s 4am. Can’t sleep. I have been ‘hyem’ – that is ‘home’ in dialect – fear not Boris, only in memory! That’s what it is like in lockdown. And this by virtue of two books sent to me by friends: Northumberland and its People, and the other, From Shiels to Shields, North Shields on the […]
City forefather who dared to tangle with the BATCHELOR Butes. Some City folk know that I have been writing the story of City URC – that goes back some 400 years! – for a history journal. Then while the journal was in production, David Meek, who kept me straight on the financial side, told me […]
In addition to the Zoom events, listed below, there is also a service you can listen to on Mixcloud, usually about 30 minutes in length, with voices from across the pastorate and a sermon. It can be found each week at Mixcloud.com/cardiffurcs
The Cardiff and Penarth churches are holding a weekly Friday “Coffee Morning” at 10.00 am. Please contact the Church Secretary for further information about how to join this group meeting via Zoom.
Join the Thursday Bible Study at 7.30 pm – with a break for Clapping for Carers; contact the Church Secretary for more details
City United Reformed Church are meeting weekly for Wednesday Evening Prayers at 8.30 p.m. Please contact the Church Secretary if you would like to join the prayer time.
For as long as people are shut up indoors, Reform magazine is free to read online. Just click here.As in the words of a popular British children’s programme, why don’t you switch off the TV and do something less boring instead during this coronavirus lockdown? Read May’s edition of the United Reformed Church’s Reform magazine. The May issue, […]