This week’s contributions to the ‘Trinity Creates’ challenge on the theme of ‘FIRE’…… Next week’s theme is WATER

Our first-ever “At Home” Messy Church! We’ve been looking at Rainbows: a sign of hope, and a reminder of God’s promise. Have fun with these rainbow-related activities and experiments, listen to the story of Noah, join in the singing with Lavender and Bubblegum, and share in a rainbow prayer!

“The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all, evermore, Amen.” As we celebrate Trinity Sunday, our Bible readings are 2 Corinthians 13.11-13 (from which these traditional words of blessing are drawn) and Matthew 28.16-20. The service includes an act, Read More

The June edition of Trinity News is now available.  Click here to read.  

This week’s materials for Junior Church from Sarah Elliot are here….. Everyone enjoys these – adults included! You’ll find below links to a Bible story, notes/discussion/songs, activities for the 11+ group, colouring and activity sheets for younger children, and other resources. Children’s sheet Family time sheet Colouring sheet YP sheet  

This dramatised production of Messiah is staged by Bristol Old Vic’s Tony Award-winning Artistic Director Tom Morris with design by Anna Orton. It features internationally-renowned soloists Catherine Wyn Rogers and Julia Doyle, The Erebus Ensemble and Europe’s most celebrated Baroque orchestra The English Concert, under the revered baton of Conductor Harry Bicket. Jamie Beddard performs, Read More

How many Anglican cathedrals are there in England?  While we are unable to travel far at present why not take a virtual tour of our magnificent cathedrals? Follow this link to discover everything there is to know about our cathedrals – along with St George’s Chapel, Windsor, and Westminster Abbey – the way they, Read More

A picture of the Bible has flashed all around the world. It’s on every news channel and in every newspaper. As an organisation devoted to distributing and promoting the Bible, we (Bible Society) might be expected to be happy about that. But we’re not. The Bible in question was held by President Trump, who’d, Read More

Join in with Pray4URC on Facebook here. A new weekly prayer initiative launches on Thursday 4 June and invites people to pray about the challenging situation many United Reformed Church (URC) congregations, Synods and central staff are facing. Created by the Group for Evangelism and Renewal (GEAR), Pray4URC follows on from Clap for Carers, which has taken, Read More

Reform magazine is published ten times a year by the United Reformed Church but has readers from all Christian denominations, as well as readers from other faiths and from no faith tradition. Reform is being made available free of charge for as long as people are shut up indoors  You can read the June, Read More