URC Isle of Man


Revd Dawn.

July 24th 2021;  We recognise that, with rising infection rates on-island again, some people may not want to join us for Sunday worship; we will try to produce at least one online service each month.  

Sunday Services will continue in church  - we recognise that the high vaccination rate on island means most people still feel safe to attend.  Feel free to wear a mask or not as you feel happiest.  We ask that others recognise your choice, whichever it is, and also respect personal space by leaving space between groups.  Whilst the weather permits we will have the doors open and the fans on.

The service tomorrow, 25th July, will be led by Theunis Bassage.  The children plan to celebrate the end of the academic year with some Practical Christianity, and are holding a short cake sale at the end of the service, proceeds to go to Manx Cancer Care and Isle Listen.  

July 18th - A new online Service added has been added to the online worship page.

June 27th - There is a video on the Online Worship page for this week, made at home by Richard Karran, our preacher for the day, who was unable to join us in church in person.

We have  a St Andrew's Facebook page which is regularly updated.  You do not need to have ae. Facebook account to access it.

If you're struggling or need a friendly ear to chat to on the phone, we're here to help during these times. Contact your Elder, or our minister, Rev. Dawn Mather, on 629202.

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