Our Sunday service for 10th May is available here or on our downloads page. You will also find our May church magazine on the same page together with audio from our live streamed midday services. You will more information about these daily services on our Facebook page. Audio of last week’s midday prayers are also available on our downloads … Read more >
Our Palm Sunday Service is now available to listen to online here. We even managed to assemble a ‘virtual crowd’ especially for the occasion!
We will be continuing with our midday prayers from Monday to Thursday through Holy Week and these will be streamed live via our Facebook page or, if you’ve not got a Facebook account, you may … Read more >
The TV series, Broken, written by Jimmy McGovern and starring Sean Bean is set in an estate parish somewhere in the UK. The series focuses on the life and ministry Father Michael Kerrigan, a Roman Catholic, priest who, despite past trauma and anxiety about his own inadequacies, attempts to bring the light of Christ into the lives of the … Read more >
Our Christmas walk this year takes place on Friday 27th December when we will meet at The John Bunyan Pub in Coleman Green, at 12 noon for lunch followed by a walk of up to 3 miles starting at 1pm.… Read more >
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 >