Our final visit was again to Trinity United Reformed Church in Harlow and the Ladies Circle. A speaker and a cup of tea made the programme for the afternoon but here was a group which included church members and people from the surrounding community offering an afternoon of friendship and interest for people who would otherwise not be touched by church.
We constantly find links in places we visit and this church was no exception – the room in which we met was called the Frognal Room. Why we asked did it have that name and one of the older members searching her memory and then the safe discovered a communion cup from St Andrew’s Frognal, a United Reformed Church in Hampstead and the one in which we were married. In the 1950’s when Trinity was being built St Andrews had given some financial support. It is, as they say, a small world and maybe that is nowhere more so than in the United Reformed Church family.