Worshipping Online Together

The current situation has made lots of our churches take the plunge and start worshipping together online. This guide offers tips and ideas to help make your online worship more intergenerational. The church is already looking very different. Let’s make sure we can look back on this time in years to come, as a time […]

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Resources for families

Looking for resources for your family with a URC flavour? Then Families on Faith Adventures @ Home is for you! Each week the national Children’s and Youth Work team are producing a ‘pick and mix’ selection of activities, prayers and challenges based around a different Bible reading. You can download the first two resources here: Families […]

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Read Reform for free

Reform is published ten times a year by the URC and, while people are advised to stay at home, it is free to read online. Read the digital edition on tablets, computers and smartphones, with monthly issues since 2014.

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Greenbelt 2020

Feeling crafty? For the URC tent at this year’s Greenbelt festival, you’re invite to create items linked to the theme of ‘Revolting Christians’. We would like you to create symbols used by Christians. They can be made out of any media (preferably using recycled materials) and need to be no more than credit card size. […]

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Rambling with Clare Balding

Clare Balding joined the Penrhys Pilgrimage Way for a wet and windy walk from Trebanog to Penrhys for her Ramblings programme on Radio 4. With her producer Karen Gregor, Clare walked and talked with seven people involved in developing the Penrhys Pilgrimage Way, including Sharon Rees and Rob Moverley from Llanfair Uniting Church. Clare described […]

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The Big Speak Out

The Big Speak Out 2020 is for 11 to 18 year olds associated with the URC – come for a weekend of fun, friendship, exploring faith and championing your cause. The Big Speak Out starts at 6pm on Friday 24 July and runs through to 2pm on Sunday 26 July at Woodhouse Grove School near […]

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Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant!

Sunday 1 March is St David’s Day. How much do you know about our patron saint? David was born in Pembrokeshire around 520AD He founded a monastery near his birthplace, now known as St David’s – the smallest city in the UK Due to his modest monk’s diet of bread and water, he was called […]

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Beibl 1620

Mae eleni yn bedwar can mlwyddiant cyhoeddi Beibl 1620 sef y Beibl yr ydym i gyd wedi ei ddefnyddio yn gyson dros y canrifoedd. Ar ôl cyhoeddi Beibl William Morgan yn 1588, fe fu i Esgob Richard Parry a Dr John Davies, Mallwyd, ddiwygio’r cyfieithiad. Y Beibl hwnnw nid y Beibl William Morgan gwreiddiol buom […]

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Hats for Seafarers

The Synod presented over 100 hats to Revd Mark Lawson-Jones, Mission to Seafarers Chaplain in South Wales. Men and women who work at sea can be affected by any number of problems: money worries, mental health issues and loneliness, as well as piracy, shipwreck and abandonment. Many ports have inadequate facilities and the Mission to […]

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Rural Ministries Conference

The next Rural Ministries Regional Conference in Wales is from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 7 March at the Glasdir Conference Centre in Llanwrst. The conference is for anyone with a heart for their community, including clergy, lay leaders and church members. The day costs £20 per person and includes refreshments and a light lunch. To […]

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