Welcome

 

Welcome to Righead United Reformed Church online. 

We are also on facebook.

Reopening of Church Building

We are delighted that public worship and our hall user groups have resumed after the Covid restrictions. 

Hand sanitiser is still available as you enter and exit the building. You are welcome to wear a face covering if you would like to do so. Please be mindful of your proximity to other people and do not come to the building if you are feeling unwell. 

The weekly Sunday service  continues to be available via telephone on 01355 209661 or by email to those people who have provided an email address. 

On the first Tuesday of the month our  Christian Mindfulness  group meets on Zoom at 7.30pm.  

 

The members of the prayer group commit to pray for people on Wednesdays at 8pm. If you would like to submit a prayer request or contact Lindsey using the following details: 

minister.ekhamiltonurc@gmail.com

07895 139615

 

 

Our story

The congregation began in 1955 with the development of the Murray and the church has continued to play a part in the community ever since. 

 

Today we are a predominantly older

congregation, linked with Hamilton URC The minister of the two congregations is Revd. Lindsey Sanderson.

Church and Community Groups

We provide a meeting place for a wide variety of community groups - youth organisations, dance classes, and Alcoholics Anonymous.

Church groups include a Wednesday afternoon Coffee and Chat group and a monthly Mindfulness Group. 

Worship

The Sunday morning service on the first Sunday of the month is at 11am when the sacrament of Holy Communion is observed. On other Sundays worship begins at 10am.  

 

 

The Wednesday Communion is held on the third Wednesday of each month.  The service begins at 2pm and is part of the 'Coffee and Chat' programme. 

 

If you would like to inquire about a baptism, wedding, including same sex marriage, or the blessing of a civil partnership please contact us.

Prayer for the Season

A prayer in worrying times

For all whose day starts with anxiety, as they leave the security of home
worrying about the risk of infection;
particularly those whose health or age classifies them as vulnerable.
Loving God, be close, keep them safe, along with all whose tasks today includes the care of frail and elderly.


And for all of us, grant wisdom to make sensible choices, not just
for ourselves, but for everybody.

Amen.