On Sunday 19th May we welcomed Revd John Whitton to our morning service. He has been a long-standing friend of Fleet URC but has now retired so we won’t see him as often. Our Minister Revd Ruth Dillon presented him with a book token as a mark of our gratitude for his friendship and support […]
Here is the Menu for Saju’s Curry Night in aid of Palani Mission on 14th June. The evening is always popular and there are only a few places left, so avoid disappointment and phone 07900 908990 to book your tickets now! (A vegetarian option is available by prior request.)
Photos from our Good Friday Service, when our minister, Revd Ruth Dillon, led us movingly through the final stages of Jesus’s death.
Easter fun with our young people this morning: making chocolate nests and solving clues for an Easter egg hunt!
He is risen indeed! Our Easter cross.
Our church windows have been beautifully decorated for Easter with crosses made by our congregation and church groups.
Thank you to everyone who supported our fund-raising ‘Indian Dancing’ event on Saturday, organised by Friends of Palani Mission. The money raised will be sent to Palani to enable the tailoring project to start producing goods that they can sell.
The ’40acts’ Lent challenge starts on Wednesday. Have you signed up yet? You could start with a generosity kit, and below you can find the video Ruth showed in yesterday’s service to give you some ideas. You can sign up at:
Our Minister, Ruth Dillon, has been a volunteer reader for the Farnham and Alton Talking Newspapers (FATN) for the past 18 months. Recently she was interviewed by one of their presenters about her background and life story. This will be broadcast shortly as part of the Magazine for FATN listeners. You can hear the interview […]
Only two weeks to go… sign up now: https://40acts.org.uk/