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Congleton United Reformed Church – formerly Congregational – is a non-conformist church community in the reformed tradition with a long history of worship and service to God and the people of Congleton.


Its origins reach back to 1687 when a small group of non-conformists began to meet together for worship in a local house.  The church community has been meeting in our current building in Antrobus Street since 1877. Today people continue to gather to share praise and worship of God. This helps equip us to enable us to carry out the work of God throughout the week in the places God puts us. As a community we are committed to  exploring our faith together, sharing the good news (gospel) of God’s love with others through witness and service, and reaching out to God’s people in the wider community.


Congleton URC aims to be a community of faithful Christians of all ages and from differing backgrounds that grows in faith and fellowship.

We also partner with other groups around the town, such as Congleton Climate Action.

In the background is the entryway to a gothic church with a blue sign that reads "United by Love and Hope Jesus Welcomes All, Worship Him Here Together"
In the foreground are black iron railings with countless colourful ribbons tied on to them.
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