In November, the Revd Nigel Uden will join a group of United Reformed Church representatives visiting the Church of the Palatinate, Germany, for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. He will also represent the URC at the National Service of Remembrance held at the Cenotaph in London, attend a meeting of ministers from the URC’s Group for Evangelism and Renewal, and preach at Besses o’th’ Barn URC, Manchester.
will preach at Revidge Fold URC, Blackburn, attend Wilmslow URC’s 175th
anniversary concert, Cheshire, and take part in Wilmslow URC’s celebratory
service. Mr Estill will also meet with the Church of Scotland’s General
Assembly Moderator in London.
moderators will attend the URC’s Mission Council, from 15 to 17 November.
In October, Derek Estill will lead worship at Grange United Reformed Church, Reading, and at West Orchard URC, Coventry. He will also attend the URC’s children and youth work committee meeting.
The Revd Nigel
Uden will preach at Caterham URC, Surrey; Upper Clapton URC, London; Dulwich
Grove URC, London; and Gillingham URC, Kent. He will also attend a Community of
Protestant Churches in Europe meeting, in Cambridge, address Thames North
Synod, address former missionaries at Kensington URC, London, and attend a
Churches Together in England dinner in London.
moderators will attend a Mission Council advisory group meeting in Birmingham.
In September the Revd Nigel Uden will preach at Dursley Tabernacle United Reformed Church, Gloucestershire; Dorking URC, Surrey; Christ Church, Port Sunlight, Merseyside; and Carver URC, Windermere. He will also attend the Labour Party Conference, address elders serving in the URC’s Yorkshire Synod, attend the Free to Believe conference in Ely, Cambridgeshire, and attend a General Assembly arrangements committee meeting in London. He will be present at the induction of a New Testament Tutor at Westminster College, Cambridge.
Derek Estill will attend a political party briefing at Methodist Church House, London. He will also lead Tockholes URC’s harvest festival service in Lancashire, and lead worship at Immanuel URC in Swindon, Wiltshire, during its anniversary celebrations. He will join a group of approximately 20 URC representatives on a ten-day educational visit to Israel/Palestine.
He will also attend the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. Both moderators will meet with the URC Trust in London.