The United Reformed Church was formed in October 1972 through the union of the Congregational Church in England and Wales and the Presbyterian Church of England. It was joined by the Re-formed Association of the Churches of Christ in 1981 and the Congregational Union of Scotland in April 2000.
Norwich Area URC
Norwich Area URC is a group of 6 URC churches in the Norwich area served by 2 ministers: Revd John Potter and Revd Bruno Boldrini. Representatives of all churches meet together regularly to plan the preaching rota for all 6 churches others meet to share news and plan joint activities and there are occasional joint services and other activities. Revd John Potter is minister of Ipswich Road URC, Princes Street URC and Fairland URC in Wymondham. Revd Bruno Boldrini serves St Peter’s Jessopp Road (URC/Methodist), Trinity URC and Wroxham and Hoveton URC (The Hub).
Sorry, all NAURC churches are physically closed during the coronavirus restrictions. However, we are working on audio and video recordings of services by John and Bruno.We will publicise details when available. Ipswich Road’s sermons for the last few months can be found here https://ipswichroadurc.org.uk/sermons/
You can also sign up to receive a regular URC service linked to the daily devotions here devotions.urg.org.uk
For the January to March 2020 NAURC preaching plan, please click here
For the April to June 2020 NAURC preaching plan, please click here: April May June 2020
Currently 4 of the churches have their own websites where you can find more information about the churches and their services and other activities:
Ipswich Road URC (this site)
St. Peter’s Jessopp Road Church (URC/ Methodist)
Part of the Norwich Area United Reformed Church and Norwich Methodist Circuit does not currently have their own website .
Trinity URC Norwich currently does not have its own website.