Worship for Sunday 10th January – So what happens next?

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Our Sunday service will be available on YouTube from 6am on Sunday 10th. You can find the service by Googling Chorley URC YouTube or by clicking this link : https://youtu.be/zQ7Pwh2Cyzw There will be a Next Steps Zoom group to explore further our experience of the Holy Spirit and to consider the following questions : How do you make space for … Read More

Is this a first?

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We are not currently open for ‘face to face’ worship, but you can join us for online YouTube worship – https://youtu.be/UIXNhK60TqY This Sunday 3rd January : Covenant Sunday Communion and possibly a first for the URC Reception of New Church Members via Zoom

Worship for Sunday 27th December – Pick and Mix

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Have you ever wished the minister would choose the hymns you like? Have you ever wanted to organise worship just the way you want it? Good news! Here’s your chance – Pick and Mix Worship for Sunday 28th December Here is how it works : or Google ‘Chorley URC YouTube’ and look for the item in the list of videos … Read More

CHRISTMAS SERVICES

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Sunday 20th December : Nine Lessons and Carolson YouTube from 6am and ‘face to face’ at 4pm. Christmas Eve : Christingleon YouTube from 6amFor a FREE Christingle kit for use during the service, email martin.whiffen@outlook.com Christmas Day : Christmas Communionon YouTube from 6am Our YouTube channel can be found here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpI6rqBQ2gXcLiBQcaogPOw Alternatively you find our services by Googling Chorley … Read More

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 9/8/20

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Screenshot from the start of the service on YouTube, shows church logos

This week’s service is led by Revd Martin Whiffen with contributions from members of the congregation. As always, you can watch this service whenever you like as it will be available for a couple of weeks, but you may like to watch it at 10am (Adlington folk), 10.30am (Chorley folk) so that you are worshipping together.