Church magazine and other resources
"In Touch" is the joint church magazine for Marlow and Maidenhead URC churches and appears every two months. It will tell you a lot more about our activities, calendar and church life.
Read latest issue as a flipbook by clicking here.
Download it as a pdf here.
Earlier editions can be found below:
Special supplement about Ukraine
The May/June edition of In Touch included a special supplement about the Aid for Ukraine project at Marlow and Maidenhead URC churches and a recent visit to Poland by volunteers from both churches to see how the aid is being rolled out and what else can be done to help.
Read it as a flipbook by clicking here.
Or download it as a pdf here.
Our Facebook page is @ChristChurchMarlow. Please 'Like' us!
The website for our sister church in Maidenhead is www.maidenheadurc.org.uk
We have a joint YouTube page to which our minister posts occasional videos: Maidenhead and Marlow United Reformed Churches - YouTube.
For our concerts, see Music in Marlow which is the branding we use for these public events. For the Walk of Life project, the previous separate website has been integrated into this site and has its own page here.
Find us on other media
The national URC website is United Reformed Church where you will find training and other resources.
For social justice issues ('church and society'), the URC is part of the Joint Public Issues Team with other Churches. Read more on their website at Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) | Churches Working for Peace and Justice.
If you are interested in church history, we have two downloads available (scanned from printed documents). Download the pdfs below.
"A portrait of Christ Church 1693-2003" was written after the refurbishment of Christ Church in 2002-3. It draws on the earlier version (below) for much of the history, but brings the story up to date and illustrates it with many personal accounts and pictures.
"The story of Christ Church, Quoiting Square, Marlow 1693-1986" was the result of detailed research into archive material. It gives you much more information on the history of the church down the years.
Much research is currently being done into former Marlow residents by Kathryn and Charlotte Day, who write the Marlow Ancestors blog. They have written up a number of former ministers and members of our church, of which perhaps the most interesting is Marlow Ancestors: Andrew Mearns -Marlow Hero! Well worth checking out!