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Current Vacancies

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The Spire Church, Farnham is looking to recruit: Manager for the Spire Cafe Cook for the Spire Cafe Closing Date for applications: 12 midday Monday 25 February 2019 Interviews: to be arranged. Start date: as soon as possible Job share applications welcome For further information, and to apply, please download and complete an application pack […]

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The Spire Church is inaugurated

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Rt. Revd. Dr. Chris Herbert preaching

A packed service saw the inauguration of The Spire Church on Sunday 2 September.  The service, led by The Spire Church ministers, Revd. Michael Hopkins and Revd. Conrad Hicks. The church also welcomed Revd. Dr. Chris Blake, Superintendent Minister of the Hants-Surrey Border Methodist Circuit, Revd. John Hellyer, Chair of the South East Methodist District, […]

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Rachel raises over £1000 walking for The Pilgrim Project

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Many thanks and congratulations are due to Rachel Melling for walking the Yorkshire 3 Peaks on August 26th to raise funds for the Pilgrims Project. Rachel raised over £1,000 for the project – £1,200 when allowing for Gift Aid. This 25 mile hike covers Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent and Whernside.  It took over 14 hours in the end, […]

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Churches to unite

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Farnham United Reformed Church and Farnham Methodist Church are coming together to form a Local Ecumenical Partnership (LEP) to be known as The Spire Church, Farnham. As a united congregation combining a Methodist and United Reformed Church, The Spire Church will serve Farnham and aims to be “a symbol of togetherness and co-operation”. The LEP […]

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Please sponsor Rachel for the Three Peaks Challenge

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Rachel Melling is walking the Yorkshire 3 Peaks on August 26th to raise funds for the Pilgrims Project. This is a 25 Mile hike up Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent and Whernside! Rachel says “Farnham United Reformed Church means so much to me personally. It would be amazing to see the church rooms brought up to date so […]

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I Am Who I Am

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What’s your name?  Why were you given that name?  What does it mean? Maybe you have several names.  Why were you given those?  What do they mean? Maybe you have children.  What did you call them?  Why?  What do their names mean? There’s a long tradition of giving people names which mean something.  We see […]

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Is it really Doubting Thomas?

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Those of you on Facebook will know that Michael Hopkins, our minister, was visiting the Vatican on Friday for a fact finding visit on behalf of the Assembly Arrangements Committee for ideas to improve the URC’s General Assembly, and finalising details for Pope Francis’s visit to the Assembly this year. He was, of course, on […]

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Weathering the storm

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Luke 3:15-17,21-22, Psalm 29, Isaiah 43:1-7 We seem to be going through a period of tremendous storms at the moment in so many different areas right now, don’t we? First there is the wind and the floods. Communities and homes across northern England devastated by floodwater from rivers. Our hearts go out to all those […]