The Church and Schoolroom is situated on the High Road in Halton the Church is well placed to serve the village, not only as a Church, but providing facillities to the local area.
High Road, Halton, Lancaster. LA2 6PS
Secretary Mrs.Angela Blowes
Treasurer Mrs.Barbara Wilkinson
Angela and Sheila will be hosting the Christmas Coffee Morning on Saturday 4th November. 10.am. Entry £1.50, including tea/coffee/squash. Children free.
Our coffee mornings are a great chance for a cuppa, a chat and to buy some home-made cakes or hand-made greetings cards.
There will be no coffee morning in October.
Children and Young People
The Junior Church programme continues in October and November, with sessions running alongside the main service at 9.30 on Sundays every week apart from the 3rd Sunday of the month. Activities include games, art and crafts, drama, and discussion. The 3rd Sunday of each month is a child-friendly family service.
Halton United Reformed Church is proud to be a 'Child Friendly Church'
Halton URC has a Safeguarding Policy. Please contact the Church Secretary for details.
Saturday November 25th 11.30-2.30.
At Halton United Reformed Church on the High Road.
Fun stalls, gifts, cards, cakes and more.
Soup and a Song (for those with memory loss, their carers or friends), 10. 30am Halton URC, High Road
Soup and a Song
Is your memory letting you down?
Are you caring for someone with memory problems? Do you enjoy good company and food?
Would you benefit from a morning out and appetising lunch?
Do you enjoy a good sing-song?
If your answer is yes to either of the first two questions, then why not come along and join our happy group?
We offer a safe, friendly and welcoming environment for those with memory problems, their carers, then share a meal of home-made soup, sandwiches and cake.
SECOND TUESDAY of EVERY MONTH
10.30AM - 1.00PM For more information or to book a place, please contact Barbara 811862 or Meryl 811631
||The Children provided the music for an enjoyable Supper Evening in September.
Bags of Aid
||Members of the congregation have filled over 100 bags with toiletries plus boxes of rice, pasta, towels, blankets, soap and baby items. These will all be passed on to International Aid for the appeal for help for Sierra Leone.