Abbey United Reformed Church, Romsey


Saturday, 23 June 2018 11:39

Touching lives

In just over four months we have now given out 17 prayer shawls and touched people’s lives with our thoughts and prayers. It continues to lift my spirits when we are gathering for our monthly meeting and it is lovely to see how people are sharing skills and even attempting to learn new skills.  We welcome any new members to our group and donations of double-knitting wool as well as your kind prayers.

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Notices

  • This Sunday

    Sunday 15 July

    10.30 am Family Worship led by Derek Hiscocks

    6.30 pm Evening Communion Service

    Please note during the summer all evening services will be held in the church.

    The week ahead and forthcoming events

    Monday 16 July

    10.30 am  MOT in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Tuesday 17 July

    9.30 am     Prayer Meeting in Abbey Hall Lounge.Readings to be used:Psalm 85: 8-13 and Ephesians 1: 3-10

    7.30 pm     Discussion Group in Abbey Hall Lounge - Should the church welcome enquiries from couples of the same gender: Guest Speaker Revd Dr Sarah Hall

    Wednesday 18 July

    2.00 – 4.00 pm    Table Tennis with Romsey DAG

    7.30 pm     Worship Group meets in Minister’s Vestry. If you would like to offer your ideas about the worship provided by our church please do come along

    Thursday 19 July

    10.30 am  Short Communion Service in Abbey Hall, followed by refreshments note change of venue

    2.30 pm     Summer Cream Tea and Chat in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Friday 20 July

    2.30 pm     Tea and Chat with Mike and Marie in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Saturday 21 July

    10.00 am  Knit and Pray in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Next Sunday

    Sunday 22 July

    10.30 am    Family Service led by the Minister

      6.30 pm    Evening Service led by the Minister

    Please note during the summer all evening services will be held in the church.

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