It is growing fast…..large branches have formed within a week……and the tree soaks up our recycling waste………what will happen this week? Did you spot the owl in it’s nest?
During Family Time in Lent Sunday Services, Mark and the young people from Junior Church have been sharing Eco Tree with us. Lovingly planted during the first week, the bright green seed was put into a bucket of compost and watered well. Within a week, it had sprung to life…..
Each church in the Synod has been given a Yellow Bag like this one. We have one for City URC. They were given out to Synod reps at the Synod meeting at the end of February. With the bag we are asked to do three things – 1. In the period March to June 2016: […]
Coffee mornings on Saturdays have grown over the past weeks. Our favourite visitor, though, has to be a well-loved rabbit, who goes by the name of Pin-pin. It is pronounced pan-pan, with a very strong French accent, please! Pin-pin has been hugged so much over the past 2 decades, that he is threadbare to the […]
Sunday worship is normally held at 10.30am every week. A communion service is held once per month, on the first Sunday. Children and young people are invited to join the congregation for the family time in the service. We do have busy bags for visiting children available. After about 20 minutes, the children and young […]
Norman is known for his enthusiasm regarding all things related to sports activities. His enthusiasm became infectious the day he introduced us to indoor golf, it went with a swing!
Revd Shelagh Pollard is the Church Secretary. She has loads of experience and not only gets stuck into the administration, some Sundays she leads worship, too!
City United Reformed Church currently does not have a deployed minister but has Ordained URC ministers, and Lay Leaders, within its congregation. The church holds a Sunday service each Sunday at 10.30am. Services normally last about an hour with communion part of the service on the 1st Sunday each month. The Church is registered to conduct […]
Who would have thought it, several people here at City URC would like to keep bees? Now, we might have the opportunity and working to achieve Eco-congregation status has given us the incentive to investigate the possibilities.
It was quite a sight to see, the congregation on Sunday all wore face masks during part of the worship. Rhoda talked to us about smog, with some of our folk saying they recall smog being a problem in Cardiff. Sadly, in some places around the world, smog has returned. We talked with the children […]