WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE UNITED REFORMED CHURCH IN THE ISLE-OF-MAN.
The United Reformed Church was formed at the union of the English Presbyterian Church, the English Congregational Church and the Churches of Christ.
If you are from a Scottish or Irish Presbyterian background then you will find the United Reformed Church on the Island to be your natural 'home'.
There are two URC congregations on the island;
St Andrew's, Glencrutchery Road, Douglas (on the left in our banner picture above), and Trinity, Waterloo Road, Ramsey (on the right above).
St Andrew's service on Sunday is 11.00, Trinity 's is at 10.30.St Andrew's has an active Sunday School and a crèche is available. St Andrew's also runs regular Messy Church Sessions.
Details of how to find each church can be found in their individual sections of this website.
23rd December 11.00am; Family Nativity Service
24th December 6.30pm; carols by candle-light.
25th December 10.30am; Family celebration of Christmas.
30th December 11.00am; Songs of Praise Service.
URC Isle of Man has a Facebook page; HERE IT IS. It is updated/added to more or less weekly and has a lot of pictures.
Trinity Church's Secretary is Mr Andrew Cole. He can be contacted on (01624) 898377 (answerphone), or by e-mail BY CLICKING HERE
This website is maintained by St Andrew's Church Elder Mrs. Voirrey Johnson - e-mails relating to the website can be sent to her BY CLICKING HERE
Children and young people.
St Andrew's and Trinity try hard to be a child-friendly Churches. Children of all ages are welcome to stay in Church for the whole service, but usually they leave during the service for activities more suitable for their ages.
At St Andrew's Pre-school children have a crèche, with lots of toys. School age children have Sunday School.
Trinity operate a Sunday school for the 5 to 11 age group, and crèche facilities are available if needed.
On Holiday on the Island?
How to find us directions can be found for both churches in their own section.
(The occasional non-fairtrade items in the church kitchens are donations - we do not feel that we can refuse gifts, but we would encourage all members of Church to buy fairly traded goods wherever they can.)