Welcome to Stockton Road United Reformed Church!
About us Stockton Road URC can trace its roots back to the early part of the 18th century and what was known as the “Corn Market Chapel” near High Street East. The current building, formerly St George’s, was dedicated in 1890. Constructed in red Dumfries sandstone, the building is based on the Crescent Church in Belfast, which it closely resembles. Inside, many of the original features remain, including a high quality stone-carved pulpit and fine stained glass windows. Its pierced lantern tower is a well-known local landmark. Stockton Road is an amalgamation of several congregations over the years, the most recent being the combining of St. George’s with West Park URC in 2007 and St Bedes in 2001.
Worship We would be delighted for you to worship with us and warmly invite you to join us for refreshments in the Lower Hall after the service. Our main weekly service is on Sunday mornings at 10.45 a.m. For details, see this month’s list below. Children are welcome at our services, usually joining in worship with the rest of the congregation at the beginning before leaving to do related activities in a meeting room.
STOCKTON ROAD URC
Church Services February
Services at 10.45am in the Lower Hall unless indicated otherwise
Feb 4 Revd Jane Rowell. Coffee and Croissants.
Feb 11 Christine Hutchinson and Barbara Mitchell.
Feb 18 Barbara Ledger.
Feb 25 Revd Jane Rowell. Dedication of Community Glass Panels.