Spirituality in the Reformed tradition covers a wide range: it includes people who are enriched by deep explorations of scripture, or sitting in silence, encountering God in the world, or exploring things in quiet days and retreats.
This web site brings together some of these strands as a way of encouraging people to broaden and deepen their spirituality. There are ways of interacting with others, taking part in events, sharing something of the spirituality that takes place in private, and looking at spiritual direction.
Members of URC spirituality can join in discussion groups on this site and network with other members. Click here to join.
URC spirituality came into being as a result of a re-visioning of the United Reformed Church Retreat Group, which, earlier in its story, was called the URC Silence and Retreats Network.
We’re running an online quiet day on Saturday 3 February, bringing together the last of Epiphany, Candlemas and the feast of St Brigid.
There will be contributions from Kathryn Price, Lesley Thompson and Mark Argent.