High St URC, Wellingborough, NN8 4HW
Get in touch: 01933 278137
As God’s people we are called to make real the love of Christ.
both for those in the Church and those in the wider Community
We hope you will find it a gateway to discover enough about us to want to know more.
Set in the heart of the East Midlands, Wellingborough is a traditional market town, which has evolved into a thriving multi-cultural community.
Our centrally-located church draws its congregation from the whole of Wellingborough, surrounding villages and towns further afield. The town itself has a population of about 76,000 but this is projected to expand by 30% over the next 10-15 years.
We are privileged to be able to worship in two different buildings, offering variety and flexibility. High Street is a Grade II* listed building, unusual in shape and housing 1 of just 3 Compton Organs in the country, whilst Victoria is fairly modern in comparison. Many of our church and community related activities take place in Salem Hall, which is just a short walk from High Street.
Although a church with an interesting history, people make the church what it is today and what it can become.
If you would like to be part of that future, advancing the kingdom of Jesus Christ in the 21st century, then we would be delighted to welcome you among us.
Rev'd Martha McInnes, Elders and Congregation
Salem Hall - Sat Feb 4th - 6.30pm
Monday 10th - A short reflective service - 6.45pm
Tuesday 11th - A short reflective service - 6.45pm
Wednesday 12th - A short reflective service - 6.45pm
Thursday 13th Evening service for Maundy Thursday 6.45pm
Good Friday - Evening Service led by Rev Martha McInnes - 6.45pm
Easter Sunday - All age Easter Communion at 10.30am - 6.45pm
Salem Hall - Sat April 29th - 7pm
1920 - 1930's Evening of light buffet, mocktails, music, raffle, 1920s – 1930s dress essential - Ticket £10
Proceeds to Drew Chapel Project and local ABC trust providing toys for children in hospital with cancer
Wellingborough United Reformed Church acknowledges its duty of care to safeguard the welfare of all young people (defined as those under 18) and vulnerable adults involved with the Church.