Letter from Tim Potter
Today is Trinity Sunday and I see from my diary that I would have been with you to take the morning service. It reminded me again how much I miss seeing you all and having the joy of worshipping with you. I pray for you daily and I know that God is at work in all our lives but the seeing, hearing and sharing with one another is missing. We are all diminished by this.
One of the readings set for today is Jesus’ Great Commission at the end of Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 28 and verses 18 to the end:
Our mission is worshipping God and loving our neighbours. We have worship and groups and activities for all ages. You are assured of a friendly welcome. We provide a variety of times and styles of being church: Sunday mornings and twice a month on a Wednesday evening for exploring the spiritual side of life. In addition, the buildings are much used by the community. (The hall is not available for hire on Sundays.)
Data Protection. Like all organisations our church has produced a ‘Data Privacy Statement’. This is displayed in our church hall on our legal notice board for anyone to see. If you require a copy, please apply to our Church Secretary at The United Reformed Church Broxbourne, Mill Lane, Broxbourne, Herts. EN10 7BQ.
Coronavirus - we regret that normal services and activities have had to be suspended during this difficult time but you are invited to join services online.
Welcome to our communion service on Sunday 2 August led by the Revds Mark Meacher and Melanie Smith
Call to worship Psalm 17:6-7a. Join with a little bread and wine if you wish.
If you do not want to join us on Zoom, and simply want to watch the main part of the service, you can do so any time after 11.00am visiting theEnfield URCs YouTube pageand selecting 'Service for Enfield and North Hertfordshire URCs 26th July 2020'.
Forest Church has successfully taken place twice on Sunday afternoons at 3.30pm at the Scout Field, The Paulin Ground, Top of Ford's Grove, Winchmore Hill.N21 3ER. Free Sunday Parking.
On 28 June the Revd. Dr. Kevin Snyman, Programme Officer, URC Global Justice & Partnerships, led our worship on a theme of hope; Kevin looks after the Commitment for Life Programme on behalf of the URC.
While our church building is closed, we encourage you to keep in touch with each other. Please remember every one of the church family in your prayers, together with all those affected throughout the world at this difficult time. In order that we can maintain our ‘Holy Habit’ of Worship, the URC’s Daily Devotions scheme has been extended to include a short Sunday service.The URC are streaming worship at 10:00 via https://devotions.urc.org.uk Please connect at 09:50 to ensure you are ready for the worship to begin.