A group of local people meet on Sundays to worship the Lord Jesus Christ. These folk work in schools and hospitals, in the community and in business locally, in the City and elsewhere. We range from retired to pre-school. There are married and single people strong and weak healthy and anxious folk. In fact we are pretty representative of your local community; we are just like you!
We have a trust and belief in the promise of Jesus Christ that each of us is welcome and loved for who we are. We are always looking to find new ways to tell people of God’s love and interest in each of us whoever we are. To do this there is a building and it is a central part of Hampton Hill High Street. That is where you will find God – in your everyday life. We would love to walk with you.
The United Reformed Church is an ordinary group of local Christians who have an open door to anyone who wants to learn more of the love of Jesus for each one of us.
This is warm invitation to you just to
‘Come & See!’ for yourself.
What of the next 100 years then? We believe that our church has a calling to help local people by offering all our accommodation for community use.
Here are some examples:
It is a delight to have the Ivytree Nursery as partners with us. Many congratulations to Ivytree for achieving the highest possible status that the education inspectors (Ofsted) can offer. Ivytree was inspected recently and judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in all aspects. About 40 families are involved with the school. You can see the children playing in the garden each weekday as you walk past.
Hampton Hill Theatre Group
The Hampton Hill Theatre group offers dance, drama and singing to older children. Each Saturday morning the whole place rings with their song and laughter.
On Monday evenings a Brownie Pack meets in the Church. There is a waiting list – partly due to lack of leaders.
Would you have a few hours to give? Did you know that the Guides, Brownies and Rainbows have waiting lists of girls but are short of leaders and helpers to run the groups? Would you be kind enough to see if this is a contribution you, a friend or neighbour might like to offer to families nearby? Should you wish to know more or be able to help please contact Elaine MacGreggor
There are several other groups who are able to find a place in The Foyer, Hosts of people use the facilities just enjoying being together. Why not see if one of the groups might interest you too?
Place to Go!
BEGUN & will be ready spring 2018
The building project began on Monday 9th October.
While the main entrance from the High Street is closed as part of the refirbishment ALL ACTIVITIES carry on as normal. Please enter by one of the side entrances.
A wonderful new community facility, an enhanced reception area of vestibule will welcome you and the redeveloped sanctuary offers more opportunities for groups in our locality. It will ready in the spring of 2018.
The real highlight is the unique modern stained glass window. It will be accessible from the gallery - a must see for everyone.
The church is grateful to Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity, the Garfield Weston Foundation, the Southern Synod of the URC and many local people for helping to raise the funds for this exciting addition to Hampton Hill High Street.
See the DIARY section for all our open events; you are most welcome. We would be delighted to welcome you.
SAFEGUARDIING at HHURC
For any issues of Safeguarding contact The Minister or Lay Leader at email@example.com
The full Safeguarding policy is the recommended United Reformed Church statement. It is available at the church or by using the above contact.
Open EVERY Tuesday
Open term time from 09.00-12.00 throughout the year.
All families & children most welcome.
Open during half term & the school holidays, 10.00 - 12.00
Come and meet local families, make new friends and find somehere for the little ones to enjoy playing.
Everyone is most welcome.
Cost: £2.50 per family to include tea or coffee, drink and biscuits for the children too.
Twinkle Toes Dancing:
Magical ballet classes that provide a great introduction into the dance world. Classes incorporate the use of props and fairytale story lines, and are suitable for both boys and girls aged 2 to 4 years old. Classes take place on Friday mornings in the Oak Room during term time.
For further details contact Gemma on 07 847 323 655
Tabletop sale on the High Street. Homemade produce, gifts, plants, books and much more. Come for a coffee and a chance to meet with friends.
Hampton HIll Community Choir
Come snd sing for fun!
Second and fourth Thursday of each month.
October 12th & 26th
November 9th, 23rd & 24th - the concert.
7.30 - 9.30 pm
You are most welcome.
Place to Go is an exciting development that will transform the front of the church to provide additional facilities for members and community groups. We have Planning permission and are now rasing funds to commence construction. See our special web page for further details and how you can help realise the vision.