Roydon URC - Building Works Complete

Home » News » Roydon URC - Building Works Complete
Roydon URC
Building Works 13jpg
Building Works 16

We are delighted to report that building works at Roydon United Reformed Church have been completed.

The 10 week programme saw the underpinning of the external walls to stop subsidence and then repairs to the front wall and window which had developed a large crack because of the subsidence. The wall was also rendered and repainted. The window looks amazing...no rain or wind is coming through that now!

The inside of the church has also be redecorated and is looking spick and span and ready for use.

The Church Elders and members of the congregation are now working to towards ensuring the building is 'Covid Secure' in time for the re-opening service which is to be held on Sunday 18 October.

You may also be interested in

Church Magazine
Church News: Mon 11 Oct 8:41am

October Editions are out...You can access the latest editions of the Church Magazines from Hertford Methodist Church, St Andrew's Methodist Church, and the Epping, North Weald and Ongar Churches by clicking on the PDF...

URC 50
National Church News: Sun 03 Oct 10:22am

The United Reformed Church celebrates its 50th anniversary next year.No one thought in 1972 that the URC would reach its silver jubilee, let alone golden. It is an unexpected anniversary, but one which we will celebrate next year while giving thanks for the life and work of the Church, past, present and future.The 50th offers a chance to focus on all that is good in our own story and to...

Whats on at Ongar
Church News: Sun 03 Oct 10:09am

Open HouseWednesday between 10am and Midday. You are warmly invited to pop in for tea, coffee, chat and Cake. We are running a Charity Table and each month we will be supporting a different Charity. During September we were collecting for The Seafarers Mission. The Charity we will be supporting during October is St. Clare's Hospice. If you have any saleable gifts to donate, they would be...

© 2012 - 2022 Herts and Essex Border Ecumenical Area

Methodist, United Reformed Church and Anglican Churches in Partnership