The takeaway curry evening we held on Saturday evening, permitted under current Covid-19 regulations, was a resounding success. During the evening Saju and his team cooked and prepared nearly 100 meals, which church members and friends collected from the church car park. The food was plentiful and delicious and greatly appreciated by all, as you […]
Here’s a photo of our beautiful Advent ring which has been made for us by Darrell Henderson. Tom Dean and Christine Allen lit the first candle on behalf of us all in our morning worship which was held live on Zoom. People were invited to have their own candle, wreath or any other arrangement ready […]
Ruth invites us to consider what we really mean when we declare that Jesus is Lord. https://fleet.urc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/22.-A-Question-of-Sovereignty-25th-Nov-20.mp3
This Sunday, 29th November, is the first Sunday in Advent and we will begin our journey ‘On the Road to Bethlehem‘ in a live service led by Lay Preacher, Karen Smith. Although we will be marking the Advent season in our own homes, we have a range of online Advent opportunities planned, and there is […]
Sunday, 22nd November 2020 – ‘Surprise Surprise!’ Welcome to worship with the churches of Fleet and Beacon Hill URC. In today’s service, which was hosted live on the Zoom platform, our minister Revd Ruth Dillon reflected on the surprising elements of our Gospel reading. Prayers were led by Lay Preacher, Karen Smith. Many thanks to […]
Canon Robin Murch discusses his new artwork, which expresses the experience of Zoom church. We are blessed by digital technology bringing a new way of relating to God. Zoom featured image ⓒ Parish Pump
The turning of the tides and the changing weather teach that in the midst of the storms of life, God is holding us fast and keeping us safe.
Sunday, 15th November 2020 Welcome to weekly worship with the churches of Fleet and Beacon Hill URC. Our service today considers “The Radical Challenge” in following Christ. The Reverend John Whitton explores how this is embodied in our reading from Matthew’s Gospel and our prayers are led by Lay Preacher Karen Smith. Many thanks to […]
Ruth explains how her experience of working as a hospital nurse has impacted her faith.
We meet together each month for 30 minutes of quiet meditation. We normally meet on Zoom on the second Monday of each month at 2 pm. The dates of our next gatherings are: 9th November and 14th December.