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 […]
It was a wonderful occasion for celebration last Sunday when one of our young people, Katie Green, was confirmed during morning service. Katie is the granddaughter of Moray and Darrell Henderson, and has been coming regularly to our church since she was quite small. In her statement of faith, Katie said: “Hi – my name […]
Our Minister Ruth Dillon, Church Secretary Moray Henderson, and two of our young people, Katie and Oscar, pose beside the plaque which proudly proclaims that we have been officially recognised as a Child Friendly Church.
We are proud to announce that we have now been officially recognised as a Child Friendly Church! Secretary Moray Henderson, accompanied by three young people from our church, was presented with the Award at a meeting of Wessex Synod last Saturday. The Child Friendly Church scheme is nationally recognised, and acknowledges churches who can prove […]
A Service of Induction of Revd Ruth Dillon to the Joint Pastorate of the United Reformed Churches of Fleet and Beacon Hill took place at Beacon Hill URC, Hindhead, on Saturday 23 February 2013. Officiating at the Service were the Revd Clare Downing (URC Wessex Synod Moderator), the Revds Iain Stewart and Graham Hoslett (Interim […]
Church Secretary Moray Henderson and his wife Darrell celebrated their 40th Wedding anniversary on Sunday 21st October, and were joined at morning service by members of their family and friends. Following the service everyone was invited to share a special anniversary cake. Congratulations to the happy couple!
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 […]