We miss meeting up in our building so have moved to an online coffee morning each Saturday at 10.30am Please contact the Church Secretary if you would like to join in with this time for catching up with each other and sharing news and views.
For years City United Reformed Church has held Table Talk as a regular feature of our journey together. Normally, this was held following worship on a Sunday, meeting around a table, sharing food and company and much discussion on a particular theme. We met about once per month. During the closure of the building, it […]
Something New Posted by Revd Martha McInnes on Saturday, March 21. 2020 “Please don’t say that.” I do not want to hear anyone say COVID-19 is the end of the world. Yes, I know we have had locust swarms of “biblical proportions” in Africa. There are droughts across the world and floods close to home. […]
Cardiff and Penarth Pastorate Family support Padlet Hello all! We have put together a padlet of activities, from Roots and other sources, to help support families who won’t be able to share in Sunday worship and Junior Church for the coming weeks. You will find the padlet at https://padlet.com/cucsecretary/svf9eo3c4lq5 or scan this QR code At […]
Dear friends, City URC church is closed due to Coronavirus. With real sadness the Elders, together with our ministers David and Martha, have decided that we should close the church premises in response to Monday’s Government briefing about the Coronavirus outbreak. All of the groups that hire our premises are being notified about this. All […]
We have an accomplished candle-maker in our midst! Shown is a photo of the first session with tutor at ‘Wax the matter’ – pretty impressive! Have you discovered who has this gift? A clue: they are used to lighting candles, often at the start of worship.
Stay after worship on Sunday and hear about Matth and Raf’s experience at the French Reformed Church Youth Camp, earlier this week.
The tree grows ever more beautiful……
Easter Sunday, the cross is next to our Eco Tree and it has blossom – and eggs!
Well, not really a palm tree but this is how the tree looked on Palm Sunday.