Our annual Quiz Night with fish and chip supper took place on Friday, and was very much enjoyed by all who took part, as these photos show. Many thanks to quiz master John Gibbons for organising the event.
After our Easter Sunday morning service members of our congregation – from the oldest to the youngest – gathered outside the church to scatter white and red poppy seeds. This was part of a URC initiative to mark the centenary of the declaration of the First World War. The white poppies represent peace and the […]
Here are our lovely Easter windows, as decorated by various church groups and individuals. Thank you to everyone who participated: you did a great job! “The Colours of Easter”
Our Flower Cross was stunning on Easter Day. He is risen!
Well done to all our young people, who helped us to see the story of Palm Sunday through fresh eyes. The story of a donkey called Zedekiah and a horse named Marcellus captures the unexpected reversal of power that occurred when Jesus rode into Jerusalem. (See also The Story of Marcellus and Zedekiah.)
Our young people interpreted the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem in a very unusual way on Palm Sunday – from the point of view of a horse and a donkey. This is the story of Marcellus the horse and Zedekiah the donkey: (For photos click here) Introduction: Today we would like to present […]
Fruit and vegetables from many countries around the world are found in our shops each day. Bananas first appeared in British shops in the year 1633. Today, out of every £1 we pay for some bananas, only 11p goes to those who have grown and picked them in faraway countries. The other 89p goes to […]
Revd Stephen M Thornton, our former Minister, was presented with a certificate honouring 50 years service to the United Reformed Church at the March meeting of Wessex Synod, which was held at Basingstoke URC. Congratulations and very best wishes to Stephen from all of us at Fleet URC!
Did you know that Fleet URC now has a Facebook page, so you can get up to the minute information about what’s going on? If you are on Facebook too, come and say hello – and don’t forget to ‘Like’ us! Find us by searching for ‘Fleet URC’ on Facebook, or follow this link.
Prayer Partners 2014 To pray is to seek to enter, in heart, imagination and mind, the situations of all our brothers and sisters across the world whom we have not met, and to place ourselves alongside them. April – Our Intern and his work We pray for strength, understanding and passion for this year’s Commitment […]