PLEASE NOTE: This website has been left intact as far as possible, in order to display what happens in KURC when we are NOT in the middle of a pandemic. Anything found in these pages should be understood in this context. Thank you.
Many services and other activities normally held in the building are now taking place online.
8th January 2021: While the current government 'lockdown' restrictions are in place, and until further notice, we regret that the church building will not be open for private prayer or Sunday services.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to get in touch.
Previous church services have been recorded, and you may listen to them here. You may also use the internet to follow the United Reformed Church's Daily Devotions during the pandemic.
Other online acts of worship, include:
An invitationYou are warmly invited to visit our church and to join with us, remotely, or in our church services of worship; and in any activities taking place here. Please do take a look at what is available and just come along, or contact us if you would like further information or help.
We look forward to meeting you!
In accordance with legislation, and a Christian way of living, the welfare of children and adults is paramount. We will follow legislation, statutory guidance and recognised good practice. All our work with children, young people and adults is undertaken, by staff listed here, in accordance with the Safeguarding Policy for Children and Adults set down by this church, and the Southern Synod of the United Reformed Church.
We have good disabled access to our facilities.
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It is also possible to hire our Training Room in the Richard Mayo Centre as well as other rooms in our buildings for meetings and concerts.