Sunday 3rd July 2022 @ 10.30 am Traditional Worship led by Revd. Martha McInnes This service will include Holy Communion and the Ordination and Induction of Elders. Mixcloud recorded services every Sunday and are accessible during the week on. https://www.mixcloud.com/cardiffurcs or telephone 0333 009 0887 (costing the same as an 01/02 number)
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.
City United Reformed Church is holding a weekly Bible Study each Tuesday at 2.00pm. The current theme is ‘Women of the Bible’. Please contact the Church Secretary if you would like to join in with the online studies.
City URC hosts a Sunday Zoom church service each week on Sunday morning at 10.30am. People from across the pastorate contribute to the service. Please contact the Church Secretary if you would like to join in worship.
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 […]