This is the website of the United Reformed Church in Luton and Dunstable


Read John Roedel's powerful poem
'In the face of war I'm so small yet love is so big'

New reflections

Easter 2023

A new reflection
Covid Memorial

Covid Memorial
at Wigmore Church

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Citizens Advice Luton

are offering free support to people who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme

Clothes bank

A new initiative from the Courtney Foundation, a charity based in Luton. Find our how you can help.

Trussell Trust
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What can we do to help?

In these unprecedented times there is more need than ever for Food Banks, the Trussell Trust have put together some thoughts on how churches can best help.

Sue Ryder

Sue Ryder's Online Bereavement Support makes it easy to connect with the right support for you - whether that's information and resources, qualified counsellors or a community of others with similar experiences. These services are free and easy to access on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

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 There is worship in Wigmore Church, St Ninian's Church, Bury Park Church and St Katherine's Church on the first three Sundays of the month.  The building in Edward Street is no longer in use and the Edward Street Church now meets in various churches. On the fourth Sunday of the month we hold a joint service either at Wigmore Church or St Katherine's and you will find the venue on the Cluster Worship page.  The fifth Sundays will still be on zoom and as before if you you are not connected to the church but would like to attend please use the contact form to be added to our online fellowship.   There will usually be a short reflection based on the lectionary readings to download from the Cluster Worship page. 

We are Bury Park URC, St Ninian's URC and Wigmore Church (URC/Methodist) in Luton, and Edward Street URC and St Katherine of Genoa URC in Dunstable.