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After a wet winter, it is good to have the days stretching out again and the colours of flowers once again beautifying the landscape, to be able to turn down the heating and enjoy the prospect of days and the odd week enjoying the British countryside! It is always essential that we recognise our Lord God at work in both the days of promise and the times of bleakness and dark.

I recently attended the funeral of a good friend who died very suddenly in his fifties. As I had visited him in the hospital’s Chapel of rest with his wife and read Psalm 23 aloud, I was invited to read it again. As you may know it includes the words, ‘Even though I walk through the valley of death, I will fear no evil.’ As believers we know that Jesus will be with us, even in our darkest hour.

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Sharing God's Love in a practical way has always been our aim, whether that be overseas or in our local community. We support overseas mission projects via Commitment for Life. We also support Caring at Christmas, Children's Hospice South West, St Peter's Hospice, Nailsea Food Bank and other local community projects by raising funds through special events and offerings.

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What's it all about?

Church Membership is the way in which Christians who have made their home in the local church are encouraged to express their commitment to that congregation of God’s people.

Who are they?

Well Church Members are not Super-Christians, just ordinary people who meet regularly to try and make sure that the continued life and witness of the church is in line with how God wants it to be. You can still be effective within the life of the church without being a member, but only members have a vote at Church Meeting, and are therefore the people who, as a body, make decisions.

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We are committed to providing a safe and happy environment for children at Nailsea United Reformed Church. We adhere to the United Reform Churches Guidelines for protecting children and national standards for checking and vetting all those who work with children or vulnerable adults.

If you would like more information about our policies and procedures please contact our secretary: Mrs S Edmondson
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