Worship, Sunday 21st March 2021

Chorley URC logo: A black cross with a blue fish on the lower vertical with the text "Chorley United Reformed Church"

You are invited to join us for worship this Sunday. Our prerecorded service led by Rev Martin Whiffen with contributions from the congregation can be found below, or on YouTube. Every Thursday we host a ‘Next Steps’ meeting on Zoom which will explore how we experience and acknowledge the Glory of God. Get in touch for the meeting link.

Worship from Chorley URC & Adlington URC/Methodist 15/11/20

As this is a service of Holy Communion, you may like to prepare ‘Bread’ and ‘Wine’ ready to share in the sacrament. As always, you can watch this service wherever 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 … Read More

Worship from Chorley URC & Adlington URC/Methodist 13/9/20

Image shows Chorley URC and Adlington URC/Methodist Logos and Says 'Wherever you are watching, welcome to our worship. Sunday 13th September. Crossing the Red Sea: Exodus 14 v 19 - 31. This service will include the Sacrament of Holy Communion. You may wish to pause the video to prepare bread and wine.

The service today includes Holy Communion so you may like to prepare bread and wine so that you can share in the Sacrament. As always, you can watch this service wherever 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 … Read More

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 6/9/20

Image includes Chorey URC logo and Adlington URC & Methodist Church logo. Other text reads "wherever you are watching, welcome to our worship for Sunday 6th September. Jesus: THE way, THE truth and THE life John 14v1-14"

As always, you can watch this service wherever 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.

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 30/8/20

Screenshot of the start of the service, giving the date: 30th August and the reading for today: Jesus calms our storms Mark 4:35-41

As always, you can watch this service wherever 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. A .pdf of the service will be available – hopefully sometime on Sunday.

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 19/7/20

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. A PDF of the … Read More

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 12/7/20

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.

Worship from Chorley & Adlington 5/7/20

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 the service includes Holy Communion you may like to prepare bread and wine (or an alternative) so that you can share in the sacrament. As always, you can watch this service whenever you like as it will be available for a couple of … Read More

Worship from Adlington & Chorley, 28/6/20

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 wherever 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.