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Your church: local and global

From engaging with your local community to supporting fairtrade and global justice, find out about all the different ways your church can get involved

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Church Related Community Work

Discover how your church can have a positive impact on the local community

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Community Project Award winners

Be inspired by the winning entries of the 2022 Community Project Awards and celebrate the impact they have on their local communities

Commitment for Life

Learn about Commitment for Life, our global justice programme in partnership with Christian Aid and Global Justice Now, and how your church can be part of it

Tending the Vineyard

As we celebrate our 50th Jubilee, the Church Life Review Group would like to hear your views

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Become a greener church

Discover how your church can become a greener church

Become a Fairtrade church

Find out why Fairtrade is important and how your church can become a Fairtrade church

Harvest resources 

Use our posters and Sunday service sheet to promote how your church is celebrating Harvest this year

Church welcome poster

Download our church welcome poster and use it to invite people into your church



iChurch is a service from the URC that will help you build and manage your church or community group website

URC Buildings Calendar

The United Reformed Church is inviting people to submit photographs of URC church buildings for its 2023 Buildings Calendar

Give Thanks For Your Vaccine

Show gratitude for your Covid-19 vaccine by making a donation to Christian Aid

Children and Youth Friendly Church & Synod Scheme

A scheme that can help your church improve the welcome it gives to children, young people and families

The Gift

A booklet that makes an ideal present for grandparents, godparents, and all who hold individual children in their hearts

Where Are The Children?

A free online resource that provides a simple framework to help develop churches’ engagement with children


Lundie Memorial Award

Nominate a child or young person for the Lundie Memorial Award and celebrate the good work they do for their church and community

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History Society

The URC History Society is open to anyone interested in the history of the denomination


Church Buildings Forum

A website that helps churches to think creatively about the potential and the missional use of buildings

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