COP26 and Beyond

On Sunday 5 September, which was Climate Sunday, the visiting preacher Ian Fletcher led the service on the theme of climate and the service was registered with Churches Together. The Climate Sunday campaign team recently sent us an update on the Climate Sunday Campaign and refers to COP26 and after. Dear Purley United Reformed Church […]

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COVID 19 – Current Status – Purley URC

Important Announcement (subject to change in line with Government Guidelines) With the welcome news that Government is reducing COVID 19 rating from Tier 4 requirements, and the announcement of an easing of Government guidelines on May 17,  Purley URC is intending to move forwards with a return to limited congregational worship in the sanctuary from […]

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The Bookworm Group

The Bookworm Group is the place to come if you like reading and a chance to reflect with others as well as having fun. Please who are interested in joining our Bookworm Group please e-mail; Barbara at [email protected] The Bookworm Group was formed in 1988 by Ray Adams, our minister at the time, with church […]

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Russell’s New Year’s newsletter

                                                January 2017 Dear Friends, Nicola, Cameron and Ross join me in thanking you for all your good and kind wishes at Christmas and join me in sending you greetings for 2017.  They didn’t put up blue plaques in Biblical times. If they did, there would have been one in Bethlehem 2000 years ago, ‘King […]

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Commitment for Life – Central America – November 2016

CENTRAL AMERICA Christian Aid works in four countries in Central America – Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua. They work with around 30 partner organisations, from community-based groups to larger organisations operating across the region and beyond. Their partners include indigenous communities, small farmers’ associations, development organisations, research institutions and faith-based organisations. They have strong […]

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New Development at Purley United Reformed Church

You may have noticed that over the last few weeks there has been a lot of building work outside the front of the church. This may have caused you some inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding and patience during this time of disruption. The good news is that this work should be completed by December 1st […]

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