The Synod supports the mission and ministry of our local churches.
Who We Are
Who's who at URC Thames North Synod?
A list of committees at URC Thames North Synod.
Find out about the structure of the United Reformed Church.
There are approximately 1500 local United Reformed Churches Across England, Scotland and Wales.
Thames North Trust
Find out about the Thames North Trust.
What We Do
How we undertake a range of functions to support our local churches.
Discipleship Steering Group
The DSG at the forefront of our commitment to whole life discipleship.
Children & Youth
News on our children's and youth work and activities.
Support for those working with children, young people and adults at risk of harm.
Church & Society Network
The Church & Society Network explores various church and society issues.
Work With Us
Current job vacancies within the Thames North Synod and our partner organisations.
Find a Local Church
Directory of our local churches within the Thames North Synod.
Weekly e-newsletters from the Synod.
Thames North Synod gathers for full Synod meetings 2-3 times a year.
Information and documents relating to Church Premises.
Health & Safety
Health & Safety Policy for the United Reformed Church Thames North Synod.
Additional resources & downloads.
During the pandemic, the pressures placed upon local churches have risen significantly and this has led to an increase in the need to protect people from different forms of harm and abuse. Below is information about what you can do to offer support whilst continuing to serve the needs of your communities.
At these difficult times, we would like to help churches not only promote everyone’s wellbeing but also consider actions for those who are more vulnerable in the next weeks and months.
If you become aware or you are concerned that an individual may be at risk of abuse or neglect; you should:
For advice for Safeguarding people in the midst the Coronavirus, click here – Download
URC Minister the Revd Carla Grosch-Miller, who is involved in the Tragedy and Christian Congregations project, offers these latest reflections for Ministers.