Letter from Fran Spence
‘Second Wave’ – if I had been asked this time last year what these two words meant to me, I would have thought they referred to the latest must read novel…? Perhaps a seaside restaurant - I have been to one in Dorset called the 7th Wave …? Maybe even the latest boy band….? Now this phrase has a whole different new meaning to us all at the moment. Now as I write this and just when our churches were starting up again and we were hoping to get back to some sense of ‘normal’, we are now tossed into a sea of uncertainly and doubt about what the next few months hold for us all.
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.
The hall is not available for hire on Sundays. We regret that we cannot take any further bookings until 2021 or until Government rules and safety advice make this possible.
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.
Our Church is now closed for Sunday Worship at least until 6th December, following the Prime Minister’s lock down statement.
On line services will be continuing and Live Services will be broadcast on Zoom, followed by coffee. To join us "live" on Sunday morning ask Dorothy or your Elder for the Zoom link. 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 the end of the service by visiting the Enfield URCs YouTube page
Sunday 22nd November
This week's service is focused on the theme of "Christ the King" and has been prepared for us by Carolina Davey from our Hertford church. A 'hard copy' of the service is available here.
On Sunday morning Rev Martin Legg will lead an act of worship live from 10.45 am on Zoom. Please do join with us to share in the service live. If you don't have the link, you can ask Dorothy.You can also join us by phone.
To listen to services, visit theEnfield URCs YouTube page 'Service for Enfield and North Hertfordshire URCs'.
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. The URC’s Daily Devotions scheme has been extended to stream a short Sunday service at 10:00 via https://devotions.urc.org.uk
All of us, who managed to attend worship since the lifting of restrictions, appreciated our varied services. We are planning to have our Toy Service on the 2nd Sunday of Advent, 6th December.