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.
We look forward to welcoming Revd Kevin Taylor to led our 11am worship at the United Church Cade Road. For those attending in-person the worship will conclude with an act of Holy Communion. The Live Stream will terminate with the final hymn before the Holy Communion begins.
The service will be available via our YouTube account from 11am in the morning.
As part of the CJ4A campaign, we want to send a ‘call to action’ from Methodists to the UK
government’s COP Ambassadors. Local Methodist churches and groups will be asked to add
their names to this call to action but, before taking that step, we want to hear from
Methodists across Britain.
What does climate justice look like for you? What should Britain be doing to ensure climate
justice for all?
If you attend a Methodist Church or group and would like to have your voice heard then
please do join us for one of these events, which are open to people of all ages (those under
18 will need a parent to book their ticket and give permission).
Lisa focuses our worship on the Holy Trinity and Kevin helps us to think it through, with a reading from Matthew 28:16-20 by Ruth. We sing the song “Everyday God” (StF 45) with Joy and Ruth, and the modern hymn “History and Mystery”.
I have recorded a Charles Wesley hymn “My God I am Thine”. Hymns and Psalms 563. We sing many of Mr. Wesley’s hymns to tunes which were written more recently, but this tune is written by a contemporary, of Wesley, Benjamin Milgrove 1731 – 1810, so it seems possible that Charles would have heard his hymn sung to this tune.