Welcome to the online home of the United Church Cade Road, we are a Methodist and United Reformed Church operating in the South Ashford area of Ashford, Kent.
We hope that you will take the time to have a look around our website, which we are developing at the moment. You will find a section which provides some information on the history of both the United Reformed Churches and the Methodist churches that have come together over the years to create the United Church Cade Road.
We have a number of different acitivites going on in the church and we are currently working on extending the building to make space for our congregation.
All of us have been to church for the first time, but we understand that for some people going to church can be difficult, please do feel free to join and see what worship is about and join us for a service and maybe a drink afterwards. We look forward to meeting you.
Our morning service is at 10:30 am at our Kennington premises on Faversham road, just below Towers School.
There is no service at Cade Road this week.
Unfortunately, due to a technical hitch with the broadband at Kennington there will no live stream or zoom service from the United Church Ashford. There will be a circuit zoom service, please see the weekly notices for details.
Roy Hollands reflects on knowing our place in the family. Rowena Dean reads from the Gospel of Mark, 9: 30 – 37, and the Letter of James 3:13. The songs are the Servant King (StF 272) and Community of Christ (StF 681), both from Joy and Ruth’s repertoire.
Today Christine Slater reflects on James 3: 1 – 12, “Taming the Tongue”. It is read from “The Message” by Richard Giles. Celtic Worship https://www.facebook.com/celticworship sing “Be Thou My Vision” (Singing the Faith 545) and Hugh Burnham leads “I hear the sound of rustling”, (Songs of Fellowship 216).
Dave is joined in this episode by the Revd Helen Hollands who looks at how we are Methodists might speak out against injustice using the reading of Mark 7: 24-37. Hymns are Bind Us Together Lord and For the healing of the nations.
Lisa Cooper has prepared today’s Worship Podcast, with a selection of verses from Mark chapter 7 read by Liz Talbot and a reflection on what makes up our identity, and our identity in Christ, by Revd. Dr. Paul Dean, and music by Joy and Ruth Everingham.