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One of the mainstream Christian churches in Great Britain, The United Reformed Church is the result of a union between the Presbyterian Church of England and the Congregational Church in England and Wales in 1972 and subsequent unions with the Re-formed Association of Churches of Christ in 1981 and the Congregational Union of Scotland in 2000
The recommended way for all United Reformed Churches to give to Christian Aid, Commitment
for Life encourages all United Reformed and Local Ecumenical Partnership churches to take action, pray and give for people across the world. It works also The World Development Movement.
Vision4Life ( Vision for Life ) is a process which the United Reformed Church developed for local churches from Advent 2008 through to Advent 2011. It offers three years of focus on re-engaging with the Bible, Prayer and Evangelism with the purpose of bringing transformation to the URC and its partner churches.
started in 2004 as an initiative of the Church of England and the Methodist Church. The URC formally joined the movement in 2010. It aims to help Christians of any denomination think about ways of starting and growing fresh expressions of church in their area. A fresh expression is a form of church for our changing culture, established primarily for the benefit of people who are not yet members of any church.
Reform is a fresh and challenging magazine exploring theology, ethics, personal spirituality and Christian perspectives on social and current affairs.
The magazine is for thinking people who enjoy reading about Christian ideas from a range of viewpoints. It features writing from journalists, academics, politicians, campaigners, scientists and religious leaders.
As well as high-profile interviews, in-depth features and book, music and film reviews, Reform carries letters and a regular light-hearted column.
The magazine is published 10 times a year by the United Reformed Church but has readers from all Christian denominations, as well as readers from other faiths and from no faith tradition.