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We are a very welcoming and caring congregation, committed to worship and service, open to change and development, and determined to share in God’s mission in God’s world.
We are multicultural, and have welcomed people not only from all over the British Isles, but also from all parts of the globe. We try to foster a family atmosphere, with the opportunity for everyone to be involved.
We have regular social events, which are open to all, and a full roast Sunday lunch is cooked once a quarter for older people and those living alone. A very well supported weekly Coffee Morning on Thursdays draws people from other churches, as well as those who do not normally attend church.
In 2004 our new hall, office, kitchen, two meeting rooms and large vestibule were completed, and these have been an asset both to the church and the community as a whole. These facilities are now used extensively by youth groups, the U3A and the National Childbirth Trust, to name but a few, which means that many people in the Fleet area now know of the United Reformed Church, and come regularly to our premises. We are beginning to explore ways in which we as a Church can forge links with them. For instance we have shared fellowship with hall users at our popular Burns Night supper and Harvest hog roast.
A prayer box is available in the vestibule, which is for the use of all visitors to the church. The worship space is open, with music playing, whenever there are groups using the premises, and a permanent invitation is extended for people to use this facility for prayer and meditation.
You will always receive a warm welcome at Fleet United Reformed Church.