Welcome to the United Reformed Church in Fleet, North East Hampshire. You will always receive a warm welcome here, among our growing family of all ages.
We are committed to worshipping together in a variety of ways and to enabling all ages to learn from and with each other.
Our candle tree symbolises the importance of prayer within our church life. Members of our congregation, both younger and older, light candles of prayer each week.
Our commitment is to deepening fellowship, engaging in outreach to the community, and working creatively in projects for justice, peace and the integrity of creation.
Our church is near the centre of Fleet, a busy market town and a commuter area for London, 40 miles away.
Sunday 17th May was a wonderful celebration for our church family when five new members were welcomed by transfer from other churches. Mrs Meg Nicholson has joined us from the Methodist Church in Fleet. Saju Kadeckal Matthew and Mary Saju Matthew have come from the Indian Jacobite Church, and Sisan Chacko and Susy John from […]
Some more photos from the day we welcomed our most recent members.
In May we received five new members into our Church, four of whom are from Kerala, a State in India. This reminded me of a famous Indian Christian – D T Niles (1908-1970), who wrote two hymns in our hymn book (Rejoice and Sing, 28 & 105), and who famously said that evangelism is ‘one […]
We are surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the picturesque Fleet Pond nature reserve, the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire. Rabbits, swans, kingfishers, herons, geese, and a variety of other birds and animals may all be spotted here. See also Fleet’s Amazing Wildlife Sanctuary, The Story of Fleet Pond, Nurturing Our Heritage, and A Walk Round […]
From 18th to 25th April I experienced and enjoyed God’s World in Sinai Egypt – trekking high into the Sinai and St Catherine protectorate each day for five days. High in the mountains there are wild donkeys and groups of Ibex goats. I was fortunate enough to sight the bright blue lizard, the geeko lizard, […]