Wallington United Reformed Church
Working for God in Wallington and Carshalton
Seeking, Sharing, Serving
50th Anniversary Celebration
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the United Reformed Church in October 1972, we will be joining with our friends at St Andrew's Church, Cheam, for a joint service and afternoon tea at 14.30 on Saturday October 8.
A message from our Minister
Although the government has relaxed its coronavirus requirements, many of the recommendations remain in place, and we are conscious that infection rates remain at high levels. The Elders have been keeping the situation under review, in the light of guidance from the Synod moderators that we should continue to show care for others. Being mindful of the fact that not everyone has been vaccinated, Elders have decided that we should continue to emphasise the need for social distancing and hand sanitising, although the wearing of masks is now optional. We have also resumed the serving of refreshments after services.
I am conscious that some people are anxious about returning to church in the current circumstances. If you have concerns or are uncertain what it will be like please contact me or one of the Elders and we will do our best to lessen your concerns.
Yours in Christ,
Rev Craig Bowman
|Worship with WURC
Sunday October 2
Morning worship with Holy Communion
and induction of Elders
led by Rev Craig Bowman
starting at 10.30
For arrangements see our Reopening page.
Coffee (and tea) will be available
after the morning service.
Please contact the Minister or Elders
if you would like further advice
and/or pastoral care.
In these unsettling times, we remain committed to being a church community that seeks to care for one another, pray with each other and worship together.
Although we are no longer preparing pre-recorded services, recent recordings and other resources, such as activity sheets for children and families, can be found on our Worship Resources page.