Welcome to Radford Road Church CV31 1NF

A Local Ecumenical Partnership between the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church

We are delighted that you have clicked through to our site. We would like  to introduce you to our church and to the church activities in this community. We are situated in the Old Town area of Royal Leamington Spa.

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Welcome

We give a warm welcome to all who visit Radford Road Church and invite everyone to join in our worship and in any of the activities which occur during the week. We offer friendship and fellowship to all in our community and in the wider world and would be delighted if you would join us in our journey of faith. This website has been set up to tell you about our church in Radford Road, Royal Leamington Spa. It will let you know who we are, where we meet, what we’re doing, and when it’s happening – so that you can come to worship and pray to God and take part in any of our weekday activities. If you need any help of would like someone to talk to or someone to pray with you, or for you, contact us and we shall try to help. We would be delighted to see you at our services on Sunday and midweek or at any of the weekday activities.

Please click on the sub-headings above to find out more about us.

disabled

The church, which has a purpose built ramp at the entrance, and also the Church Centre, are both totally wheelchair accessible. Toilet facilities for people with disabilities are available in both buildings.

Do come along and share in worship and friendship.

 

JUNIOR CHURCH

 

A Junior Church for Primary age children now runs each Sunday morning. The children join in worship for the early part of each service and then go into the Vestibule to continue to learn more of Jesus’ love and care for them. Stories, craft work and songs help the children to focus on a particular theme. 

New children will be welcome to join this lively group and to add to the fun of worshipping together.

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                                                                  Jesus says, Come to me all of you.
                                                                   come if you like noise, 
                                                                   excitement and celebration.
                                                                  Come if you like quiet and calm 
                                                                   and a chance to catch your breath.
                                                                  Come if you want to grow 
                                                                  and learn and change.
                                                                 Come to me, 
                                                                  all who work and strive 
                                                                  and I will give you rest.

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We offer a prayer following the Grenfell Tower fire disaster

We pray for all who have suffered because of the dreadful Grenfell Tower fire.
We pray that those who have died and been taken from us are remembered and treasured.
We pray for healing and support for those who have survived, and for everyone affected by this tragedy.
We pray for physical healing for all those injured, especially those in hospital, the elderly, and infirm.
We pray for emotional healing, recognising the shock, trauma and grief to be lived through.
We pray for the revival of human spirit, with faith, hope and love surrounding each in peace.
We pray for justice to help us accept mistakes made and warnings ignored, for lessons to be learned.
We pray that all who suffer are granted the opportunity to cry out in their pain and be listened to.

When all is lost, all is lost, no words can ease the pain. But we are carried through that pain by those who come around us, helping us back onto our feet, walking with us, listening to us, or just being there with us. We see the presence of God’s love through them.

And so we give thanks and pray for all those who have offered healing, support and comfort:
For the emergency, medical and social services, working sacrificially and with courage;For those in authority, responsible for taking a lead in facing the challenges this fire has revealed;
For local residents, churches and charities, for the community itself, expressing such tangible love.

 

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