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Reform Magazine | January 29, 2020

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The Church of the Pilgrims

24/01/2020 |

This year is the 400th anniversary of the voyage of the Mayflower Pilgrims to North America. The present minister of their home church, Gillian Poucher, tells their story

Leaving Plymouth for North America in autumn 1620, the Mayflower Pilgrims risked … Read More

Moving on from the manse

24/01/2020 |

Anne Bedford looks at the issues facing ministers who retire after a career in the manse

Moving house can be fraught with delays, abortive offers and poor surveys. Even if all has gone smoothly, there comes the packing and clearing … Read More


24/01/2020 |

When commerce, culture, compassion and congregational life work together, they enrich a church’s mission. That, says Samuel Wells, is the combination behind the HeartEdge movement

In many ways, St Martin-in-the-Fields would like to be a ‘normal’ church, focused on congregational … Read More

Bring down the walls

24/01/2020 |

In 1957, the Evangelische Kirche der Pfalz (EKP), a German Church, and what is now the United Reformed Church came together in a covenant of fellowship. And more than 60 years later, on the 30th anniversary of the fall of … Read More

Voices from the Holy Land

22/11/2019 |

In 2016, the United Reformed Church agreed to further its work in connection with Israel/Palestine, promoting awareness, prayer and solidarity. As part of this commitment, a team of 22 URC representatives went on a ten-day educational visit to Israel and … Read More

Little Hulton’s Christmas prayer

22/11/2019 |

A church building project in Salford has kept a community dream alive, Charissa King discovers

When two of the oldest churches in Little Hulton decided to formally join, in November 2014, they dreamt of a purpose-built space. A new, light-filled, … Read More