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, there are articles on this year’s General Assembly, […]
I Can Climb by Katie Green (aged 10 years) I can climb, I can climb, I thank God I can climb. I can climb, I can climb, I thank God I can climb. Even though it’s really high, I thank God I can climb. I go all the way to the sky, I thank God […]
A special Centenary celebration took place on Saturday 14 July, when a number of members met to give thanks for the commencement of 100 years of Witness and Service in Fleet. It was planned to take place at exactly the same venue, Pinewood Hall (on the corner of Kings Road and Fleet Road), and at […]
At our Centenary Thanksgiving Service, our young people described some events that occurred in 1912, the year of our inauguration. Each child was then presented with a commemorative Bible by Mr Sydney Shore, who led the service.
After the Centenary service we had the opportunity to catch up with friends who had come to help us celebrate.
Then more fellowship with a buffet lunch, and the cutting of a celebration cake by our past minister Revd Stephen Thornton.
On Sunday 8th July we celebrated our Centenary with a Thanksgiving Service conducted by Mr Sydney Shore CBE. Many friends and former members of the Church came from across the country to join us and to enjoy the buffet lunch that followed. During the service our young people created a timeline describing many aspects of […]
Mr Bernard Potter and his wife Mavis opened our Centenary Fayre on Saturday 30 June.
Some of the games and stalls enjoyed by those who came to our Centenary Fayre: