What is the United Reformed Church?

By , December 13, 2014

The United Reformed Church is an ecumenical Protestant Church formed by unions of English Presbyterians with English, Welsh and Scottish Congregationalists, and with the Churches of Christ in 1972, 1981 and 2000.


On average 74 000 adults and children worship in 1500 congregations in England, Scotland and Wales.

To find out more about the United Reformed Church click on this link: www.urc.org.uk 

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The United Reformed Church is part of the Church catholic, with origins in the 16th Century European Protestant Reformation, and in British Protestant Dissent. The United Reformed Church is a member the World Communion of Reformed Churches, a fellowship of 80 million Christians in 108 nations. To find out more click on this link: World Communion of Reformed Churches 


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