Our MinistryministryIsaac Watts is a member of the United Reformed Church and combine our commitment to the Reformed tradition with a passionate belief that all God’s people should be one. We seek to work with Christians of all traditions, and rejoice in being part of Local Ecumenical Partnerships, with the Methodist Church and others. We are also committed to theological and cultural diversity and consider ourselves a welcoming and multi-cultural church, rejoicing in the gifts of all our members.

Our Church

Morning worship is held every week at 11am until midday. Parade services involving the Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade are held several times a year and we hold Holy Communion on the 3rd Sunday of the month. We try to make worship applicable to all ages, using different styles and enjoying the variety this brings. Both traditional and modern hymns are used in our worship and occassionally we use Iona or Taize chants. We usually have an organist but also have a music group which play sometimes. Prayer is an important part of our worship. We have a Junior Church at 11am, which we encourage younger children to attend after sharing in the opening church service. Whilst retaining our own identity,…

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Our Church

Our Minister

Our present minister, the Rev Sarah Hall, is a group minister in the South West Hants Group of churches that includes Avenue St Andrew's, Chandler's Ford and Freemantle United Reformed Churches, and Valley Park Local Ecumenical Partnership church. We are currently seeking another minister of Word and Sacrament to join the ministry team, which also includes lay preachers and retired ministers from all the churches in our group.

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Our Minister

Our Beliefs

Called to be God’s people, transformed by the Gospel, making a difference in today’s world. This is the United Reformed Church. Although one of the smaller mainstream denominations, the United Reformed Church plays a dynamic and challenging part in the British Christian community. It has brought together English Presbyterians, English, Welsh and Scottish Congregationalists, and members of the Churches of Christ, through unions in 1972, 1981 and 2000. Sixty-eight thousand people make up 1500 congregations, with nearly 700 ministers, paid and unpaid. The United Reformed Church combines its commitment to the Reformed tradition with a passionate belief that all God’s people should be one. It seeks to work with Christians of all traditions, and rejoices in being part of more…

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Our Beliefs

Our Mission

We are a welcoming and inclusive Church, who believe that the Bible is important for living our daily lives. We aim through words and actions to share the Love of God, the Good News of Salvation through Jesus Christ, and the transformation brought by the Holy Spirit, to our local community and beyond.

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Our Mission