Thames North Synod is one of 13 Synods that make up the United Reformed Church. With the River Thames as the southern boundary, the 118 local churches of Thames North Synod serve communities in Greater London, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Essex.
The purpose of the Synod is for our 118 local churches to work together to support each other’s mission and ministry. The main meetings of the Synod take place 2-3 times each year when Ministers and other local church representatives meet for worship and to plan our work together.
In addition to this there are various committees that meet regularly to co-ordinate our work. The Synod has a dedicated team of officers and staff. Some of our staff team are based in our Synod Office in Central London while others spend most of their time visiting and working with local churches.
Daily Devotions from the United Reformed Church - digital resources for worship
Coronavirus: Synod Moderators’ updated guidance February 2022
The sessions talk about both the technical side of Hybrid Church and the people/worship/ideas side of things. Each session lasts about 1.5 hours and gives space for people to share questions, practice, concerns and ideas, plus hopefully learn some things too!
Wednesday 6th July 2022 at 7.30pm
Information about the Greenbelt festival near Kettering, this August Bank Holiday (Friday 26 – Monday 29)
Friday 26th August 2022
How can you train to be a supervisor?
Monday 14th November 2022
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