Every day, we are being encouraged to lift up our eyes and pray for others around the world as part of #StayAndPray, an initiative of The Joint Public Issues Team of which the URC is an active member. Find out more about JPIT and sign up here. […]
A year ago everyone in our church had the opportunity to receive a Star-word, a watch word for 2021, to guide us through the past year. I have been guided by ‘adapt’ which surely has been appropriate for this past year! Other Star Words our members have had guiding them through 2021 are: Hope, Faith, […]
At the URC General Assembly worship on 11 July 2020, the Lord’s Prayer was shared on Zoom and recorded. As you listen, may the prayer remind you of our place in the United Reformed Church, and in the church universal. URC Assembly Lord’s Prayer link.
Are you lonely, worried, stressed, confused? Do you need to talk? The Listening Place at Salisbury Methodist Church can really help – we provide a friendly and safe place where you can share whatever is on your mind with a trained listener. They will not interrupt, advise or judge you, but will support you in […]
Prayer is talking to God. Prayer is listening to God. Prayer is taking time for God. God just wants to hear from you. There are many ways that you can pray; the hardest part is just taking the time. During this Easter season, try and find a time or two each day that is just […]
Stay and Pray is an initiative of The Joint Public Issues Team. Find out more about us here.
The United Reformed Church’s Daily Devotions recently featured in an episode of Songs of Praise.. The Devotions present an example of how technology helps people develop a discipline of daily prayer. Sign up to receive URC Daily Devotions here.
Looking for prayers for personal devotion? Try these at Worship Words, a website that provides numerous prayers and reflections which are free for everyone to use. Click here. Worship Words is edited by our minister.