WELCOME to Brentwood United Reformed Church
The United Reformed Church - uniting former Presbyterian, Congregationalist and Churches of Christ congregations
Brentwood United Reformed Church, New Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4GD
Minister Rev. Barnabas Shin
As a result of the consultation, via questionnaire, about changing our time of worship, it will from now on begin at 10.30am.
It will be wonderful to be back in the church, but of course we must still wear masks, use the hand sanitisers, keep our distance – and we still may not sing.
Any questions or issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you will find this website useful in telling you about who we are, what we believe and what we do.
We are diverse group of people, women and men, younger and older, from different backgrounds and with different experiences, holding a variety of views on many issues.
We come together as a Christian congregation, part of the United Reformed Church, meeting for worship and other activities, both on Sundays and other days of the week.
Our building, in the centre of Brentwood, is used not only for worship but as a venue for music, prayer, learning and activities where we serve others. The space is also used both to host children’s organisations and as a meeting space for several local groups.
Please feel free to contact us (including concerning baptisms or weddings) or simply come along to meet us.
Daily devotions from the United Reformed Church can be found here https://www.facebook.com/URCDailyDevotions/
What we stand for
The URC at its foundation affirmed:
The United Reformed Church has been formed in obedience to the call to repent of what has been amiss in the past and to be reconciled. It sees its formation and growth as a part of what God is doing to make his people one, and as a united church will take wherever possible and with all speed, further steps towards the unity of all God's people.
The Church magazine, The Courier is available The COURIER - Dec 2021.Jan 2022.pdf
Do you want to know something of our church history - then take a look here!