Worship with the United Reformed Church, Diss
The local congregation, worshipping with the Methodists on Sunday at 10.45am, meet at the URC on the fourth Sunday of the month (Junior Church is also provided during this service) and at the Methodist Church in Victoria Road, Diss, on other Sundays.
A warm welcome is given to visitors from all Christian traditions and to those from none, and an open invitation is offered to any who might care to join them.
We Also Have:
THE WELCOME CAFÉ: Every Friday morning, 9.30am-12pm.
The Welcome Café is the new name for our coffee morning held every Friday morning.
MESSY CHURCH: 1st Saturday of the month, 10am-12pm.
Open to all ages and families, a morning full of activity around a Bible theme followed by a short period of worship and a light lunch. Messy Church is a joint Diss URC and Diss Methodist Church initiative.
DOVE CAFÉ CHURCH: Every first Monday of the month at 1.30pm. A short, informal service with traditional hymns, reflection and prayer followed by refreshments.
DOVE SONG: Every third Monday of the month at 1.30pm. Led by a qualified Music Therapist, this therapeutic singing group is particularly for those with Parkinsons or Dementia, those recovering from strokes or anyone needing to exercise their lungs. It is open to all and a donation to cover costs, as can be afforded, is appreciated.
EXPLORING THE BIBLE TOGETHER: 3rd Thursday of the month, 1.30-3pm.
THE DOVE DEMENTIA CAFÉ: 1st Wednesday of the month, 10am-1pm.
A meeting place with activities and refreshments plus a light lunch, for people with dementia and their carers.
TUESDAY TOGETHER (also called Tuesday Fellowship): Every Tuesday, 2-4pm, at Diss Methodist Church.
A social group with a short period of worship followed by a shared activity and tea.
Contact Revd Julian Sanders for more details:
Tel: 01842 750548
or Email: email@example.com
A varied range of Meeting Rooms and Halls are available to the community for hire.
Diss URC offers the whole community a range of meeting rooms etc. for hire. They vary in size from the Frank Lenton and Derry meeting rooms, through a small hall with capacity for up to 50 people to a large hall that is ideally suited for use as an exhibition area or charity sales.
There is disabled access to all rooms and toilets.