The church is made up of people who are committed to following Jesus Christ. It is the 'people
of God'. Members of the church have made a public commitment to accept Jesus Christ as
their Lord and Saviour and to serve in his church.
Christian Faith is about living as best we can for God, living as
Jesus taught us to. Sometimes we do this better than at other
times! Christians believe that through the life, death and
resurrection of Jesus, when we get it wrong, sin or fail we are
forgiven. His death on the cross dealt with all our failures and so
we can look forward to receiving God’s promise of eternal life.
We believe that God does not call us to have this faith alone, but
to have it in company with others. So it is that Christians come
together and become the church. As part of the church they help
each other in their faith and life. Day to day living is important to
God, as is our eternal destiny, so Christians help each other with
the ‘ordinary’ things of life as well as the ‘spiritual’ things of life.
The United Reformed Church is led by church meeting which, with
guidance from the Elders,
makes all the decisions regarding the future of the church.
If you are interested in becoming a member have a chat with an elder!