Upcoming Events

Student Farewell Evening Service (3 Sep)

Word Alive Groups Altogether (21 Sep)

Church Weekend Away (13-15 Oct)

The Story of the Reformation - For Families (1 Oct)

Sorted For School Years 10-13 (11 Nov)

Members Meeting (13 Nov)

Men's Autumn Breakfast (18 Nov)

Christmas Carnival (26 Nov)

Carols by Candlelight (3 Dec)

 

Regular Events

Home Groups (Tue or Wed)

Central Prayer Meetings (Tue or Thu)

Cutting Edge (Sat)

Women Word Alive (Wed, Thu or Sat)

Senior Citizens' Tea Party (Thu)

Toast and Pray (Sat)

Twenties Group - 20S@CCH (Sun)

 

Student Farewell Evening Service

Time: Sunday 3rd September 6pm

Venue: URC Church

Everyone welcome, especially new or existing students and their families. Come to encourage and say goodbye to our students as they go off to University or College.

BBQ afterwards (sorry students only) at 8 St Jame's Road.

 

 

 

WORD ALIVE GROUPS ALTOGETHER

Time: Thursday 21st September 9:30am to 11:30am

Venue: Vaughan Road

 

Come and meet together for coffee and hear from Denise Johnson on Homeward Bound

 

Church Weekend away

Following the success of our weekends away in 2011, 2013 and 2015, we are now booking for our 2017 Church Weekend which will run from the 13th-15th October. We have had many new people join our fellowship and this is a great opportunity for us all to get to know each other better and to learn more about the Christian life together. We will be heading back to Denham Grove Hotel again, for a weekend of fellowship, teaching, good food, and rest and relaxation.

Our speaker this year is Jonty Alcock who is the lead Pastor at the Globe Church on the South Bank, London. Jonty will be teaching on “He Noticed Me’, based on the Book of Ruth. For the brochure about the weekend please click here, or to book through our online booking page please click here.

 

The Story of the Reformation - For Families

Time: Sunday 1 October at 5pm

Venue: URC, Vaughan Road

 

Come to see Garry Williams dressed up as an eccentric German monk, enjoy some German snacks and hear one of the most important and action packed

stories from history.
A story of courage, victory against the odds, and the rediscovery of those most

wonderful truths from the Bible which turned lives and Europe upside down. Suitable for all ages.

 

Sorted for school years 10 - 13

Time: Saturday 11 November 10.30 - 4.30pm

Venue: Westminster Chapel

 

This is a fantastic day trip to London. We meet in the morning at Harpenden train station (time tbc). Then we will head into Westminster Chapel for a day of brilliant Bible teaching. There will also be fun activities, a great praise band, lunchtime seminars, bookstall and the chance to meet other Christian teenagers from all over the South of the UK! Booking forms will be handed out nearer the event. 

For more info, please contact melinda.sutton@hotmail.co.uk

 

Members Meeting

Time: Monday 13 November 8pm

Venue: Vaughan Road

 

 All members are encouraged to attend.

If you are not a member but would like to find out about membership please speak to Sarah Vickers on 01582 713031 or vickersse@aol.com 

 

Men's Autumn Breakfast

Time: Saturday 18 Novemeber 8 - 9.30am

Venue: Vaughan Road

 

Simon Anderson on ‘Mid Life issues’

Further details from : David Reavell: david.reavell@btinternet.com or David Key: david.key@gmx.com 

 

Christmas Carnival

Time: Sunday 26 November

Venue: Vaughan Road

 

At the Harpenden Carnival we will open the church building in Vaughan Road all afternoon to host a variety of activities including: serving refreshments, a children's activity and carol singing.

This is a great opportunity to reach out to the people of our town and we will need lots of help - so do think about being involved and respond when the requests come out.

More details from Paul Mitson paulmitson@hotmail.com and Emmanuel Archampong e.archampong@yahoo.co.uk 

 

Carols by Candlelight

Time: Sunday 3 December 4pm - Family Carols; 7pm - Carols by Candlelight

Venue: Harpenden Public Halls

This is a great opportunity for the church to celebrate Christ’s birth, to invite our friends to hear the good news and to open our doors to the wider community.

There will be plenty of chances for us all to help too.

More details from Paul Mitson paulmitson@hotmail.com and Emmanuel Archampong e.archampong@yahoo.co.uk