At the mid-way point of the COP26 conference, Mary leads in worship this week and looks to the Hope of Creation. It’s easy to get bogged down in the bad news of climate change and our abuse of the natural world, but God is a God of hope, renewal and re-creation. What are the signs […]
Rev Joan Grindrod-Helmn kindly leads our worship this Sunday, and is continuing our theme of Christianity and Climate Change. The COP26 conference opens in Glasgow on Sunday, so it remains vital that we continue to pray for world leaders as they gather. Do join us as we worship God the Creator and continue to think […]
In the run-up to the COP26 Climate Change conference in Glasgow, we are reflecting on our place in the world which God created. Today we take time to consider the beauty of creation. How awesome is the world we inhabit!? How majestic is our God who created it!? Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC.
We come together to give thanks for God’s goodness and bounty in creation. However, as we gather we recognise that all is not right with the natural world. With world leaders preparing to meet for the COP26 conference, we ask ourselves just what is the harvest that we are reaping from our abuse of the […]
“If I live a good life, if I’m kind to others and live peacefully, why do I need God? Surely God won’t turn his back on someone like me?” Our final Big Question goes right to the heart of faith. What is our human condition and why do we need God? Join us as we […]
Today’s Big Question is about religion and conflict. So many wars have been fought based on faith and religious ideas. What does the Bible say to us about conflict in our world, and can religion ever be a reason for fighting? Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC.
Continuing our series of Big Questions, Linda explores the place of God in our scientific age. Is there still a place for Him in a culture that seems to be able to find life answers by accumulating knowledge? Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC.
Week three of our ‘Big Questions’ series, and this week Lisa tackles the thorny question: ‘Aren’t all religions basically the same?’ Everyone is welcome online or in person to join the discussion.
We start our ‘Big Questions’ series with one of the biggest questions that we can possibly ask. Suffering. Why does God allow so much? We’re not aiming for neat and tidy answers, but we are listening to God and looking to see what the Bible says. And at the same time, we’re discussing our thoughts […]