London Road, Kettering URC

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London Road, Kettering


The Rockingham Forest Group

of United Reformed Churches

(formerly the Kettering Group)

London Road, Kettering


& Geddington

United Reformed Churches

Geddington URC


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London Road, Kettering, Brigstock & Geddington URC


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Welcome to London Road URC.

Our main act of worship takes place on Sunday at 10.30am, with a Sunday school for children and refreshments afterwards. We celebrate Holy Communion on the third Sunday morning of each month.

LRURC currently runs two small groups, plus a Bible study group, that meet regularly in membersʼ homes, to enable participants to build up their spiritual growth.

There is a prayer meeting once a month. The ʻWomenʼs Hourʼ meets monthly on Wednesdays, with a variety of speakers and activities and a ʻMenʼs Breakfast Clubʼ meets quarterly on a Saturday morning.

None of these groups is a club. You are welcome to come along to any of the groups. Speak to someone from the church, look for details in our monthly news sheet ʻSilhouetteʼ, or contact us via the ʻContactsʼ tab.

Rainbows, Brownies and Guides also meet, and join us for our monthly ʻAll

Ageʼ worship, when there is no Sunday School.

London Road

United Reformed Church

London Road, Kettering United Reformed Church


London Road, as it is known to its members and friends celebrated its centenary in May 1999. Our church’s beginnings as a Congregational church go back to 1892 when the first service was held in the Temperance Hall in Gold Street. After a spell using Stamford Road School the foundation stone was laid at London Road in 1898 and the church held its first service on May 4th 1899.

The organ was installed in 1904 and the Sunday school buildings followed in 1910. From those early days and into the 21st century we have been served by ten ministers.

The United Reformed Church was formed out of a union of the Congregational Church and the Presbyterian Church in 1972 and later, in 1981, to be joined by the Churches of Christ.