Churches are urging people to vote in the upcoming European Parliament elections in May and have produced a document outlining important issues for the election with the aim of boosting turnout and encouraging people to reflect on their vote.
The United Reformed Church is encouraging churches across the three nations to plant white and red poppy seeds during Holy Week, as symbols of peace and remembrance with the hope that they will bloom on or around 4 August, the 100 year commemoration of the declaration of the First World War.
David Grosch-Miller, moderator-elect of General Assembly, reflects on Good Friday and its centrality in our faith.
John Ellis, moderator of the General Assembly of the United Reformed Church, reflects on the life cycle of daffodils and what it can teach us about retaining our Easter confidence all year round.
The United Reformed Church, alongside churches from other denominations, is encouraging churches and individuals across the three nations to plant poppy seeds during Holy Week – red for remembrance and white for peace – as part of the 100 year commemorations of the First World War. For more information please click here.
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