It is reported that scientists have arrived at a new understanding of wisdom. It is, they say, merely the slowing down of the brain as we grow older (Telegraph, 25.6.10). Wisdom, in the Ancient World beloved of Jews and Greeks alike, nothing but the slowing down of our brains? What a miserable decline! Are we […]
A message from Commitment for Life Coordinator, Linda Mead: This year we are celebrating 20 years of Commitment for Life. That’s 20 years of being part of an inspiring movement for change. During that time countless developments and improvements have taken place. This support has enabled so many people and communities to help themselves out […]
“He’s gone!” cries Joseph at the empty tomb: But Mary says, “He’s left a word for you: He cannot rest content to be your past, So he has risen to be your future too.”** Worshippers at our morning service this Easter Sunday decorated a rough-hewn wooden cross with spring flowers and seasonal blossoms. The cross […]
Two thought-provoking reflections may currently be read on the United Reformed Church website: Lawrence Moore, Director of the Windermere Centre, contemplates the “godlessness and horror” of Good Friday in The Last Word. The Revd Dr Michael Jagessar, moderator-elect of the General Assembly of the United Reformed Church, reflects on the hope of the Easter message […]
The latest version of the Quarterly Update – the United Reformed Church’s electronic newsletter – has just been issued. It contains news, views and diary dates, and is essential reading for keeping up to date with what is going on in the URC. In the current edition, Francis Brienen, URC Secretary for Mission, encourages individual […]
Photos from our Easter Day service, which was conducted by the Revd David Netherwood and followed by an Easter egg hunt for the children:
This year our children’s groups decorated the church windows for Easter.
On Palm Sunday our children’s groups (Loaves and Fishes and Early Years) worked together to complete their Easter preparations: