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  • Fomer MP attends debate in Bath | Community Conversation

    On 14th September we were delighted to hold our third annual 'community conversation' debate, featuring Ann Widdecombe speaking on “Marriage: Is there a future?”. This was an excellent evening, in which a few hundred folk witnessed a vibrant question and answer session after Miss Widdecombe's talk. During the event, cloth monks were sold to raise money for The leprosy Mission of England and Wales, for whom Miss Widdecombe is Vice-President. Miss Widdecombe was also given a donation by the church in aid of The Leprosy Mission.
  • The trees are packed away for another year | Christmas Tree Festival 2017

    As one walks the streets of the City, the lights and decorations are gradually being put away for another year. This allows us to reflect on the past Christmas season, taking a look back at our 2017 Christmas Tree Festival. 4 Days. 600 Visitors. Over 30 Trees. Over £1000 Raised. Indeed, we were delighted to support our charities: Julian House and Bath Cancer Unit Support Group. Thank you once again and we very much look forward to the 2018 Tree Festival later in the year.
  • Lenten Art Reflection | Creative Spirit

    Bath United Reformed Churches, Lenten Art Reflection, Creative Spirit. Many gathered at Rush Hill Church on Wednesday 29th for a fantastic discussion based on works of art depicting the Christian Story. Thank you to all those who attended and organised this event - we look forward to the next gathering!
  • Harvest Thanksgiving | Eco Church

    On Sunday 24th September we held our annual thanksgiving service. The congregation were delighted to be presented with a bronze award from A Rocha UK Eco Church. A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this event.