Bring your own costume – wings/crown/tea towel etc – or pick one up at the door, and join in with our no-rehearsal Nativity. Everyone can play a part! … Read more >
This year’s Winter Beds Project will be starting on 2nd December when up to 5 extra beds will be provided for rough sleepers on the coldest nights of the year.
There are a number of different roles to be performed and volunteers are needed!
There are two training evenings booked at Trinity URC in Beaconsfield Road on 12th and 13th November … Read more >
Our adult Day Care programme will be celebrating 50 year this year and we are marking this occasion by holding a special service followed by tea. We hope that friends old and new will gather together for this great occasion.… Read more >
At our last Messy Church we tried to do the crafts in order to tell the story, although it made for rather a bunfight around the tables and added to the Mess. This time around we are back to our usual free-for-all as we think about all that this creation can and will be.
We really hope you will be … Read more >
We are now in the last few days of our “30 for 30 for 30” offer in the Cross Street Cafe. Until the end of September all our prices have 30% off to celebrate 30 years of the Cross Street Centre serving the community in St Albans. … Read more >
If you’ve not been before, Messy Church is a fun way in which families with children can come together to take part in games, crafts and joining in some action songs.
Stay for a light lunch at 12.00pm – it will be fun!… Read more >
Saturday 25th August, St Albans
Well, we made it home. After 17 US states in 27 days and 12 conversations/interviews about faith and politics, we arrived back on Wednesday morning. Since then I have been spending quite a bit of time arranging my mother’s funeral and starting to work on notifying friends, family and the various authorities. While I’ve been … Read more >
Sunday 19th August, Austin
And now the end is near and we must face the final curtain …
Perhaps that is a little over-dramatic, but in a couple of days time we will be on our way home. It has been good to see Dick and Laura Law and spend some time with them in their home in the Hill … Read more >
Tuesday 14th August, New Orleans
Well, it took us two full days of driving to get from Wisconsin down to Louisiana, which was no great surprise when you look at a map. In contrast to the chain hotels and motels we’ve stayed in up to now, our accommodation in New Orleans is an early 19th century house that is run … Read more >
Friday 10th August, Beloit, Wisconsin
In 1964, New York’s World’s Fair was held in Flushing Meadow. A number of the American states exhibited, but it is only Wisconsin’s display that is now remembered by a friend with whom Catriona and I had dinner on Tuesday evening before we left Kentucky. What Barry remembered was the so-called ‘world’s biggest cheese’, which … Read more >