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Welcome to our Church  website. We are a small, very friendly and welcoming church in Wessex Synod of the United Reformed Church.

We are located in the village of Beacon Hill, Hindhead, Surrey.  The church is located  on  Churt Road, in Beacon Hill, Hindhead  (Please see the map on the right-hand side of the page), and we have  disabled access and facilities. Beacon Hill United Reformed church is  set in the beautiful Surrey hills, within a short walk of Devils Punch Bowl.

Please visit our News page for recent events in the area or within our church life 

Service Times 

Morning Worship: 10 a.m., followed by coffee in The Hub

Holy Communion is normally on the second Sunday of each month

Contact Details 

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Minister Revd Ruth Dillon

Blog     http://www.ruthathome224.wordpress.com

Telephone 01252 625238

Email   revrdillon@btinternet.com

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Secretary  Hugh Le Fanu                         Email  bhurcsecretary@gmail.com

Treasurer  Christine Dean                      Email  bhurctreasurer@gmail.com

Hiring our premises

Contact: Bridget Mitchell 01428 606236

United Reformed Church Daily Devotions


The URC provides a daily devotion with a short Bible reading, reflection and a prayer. These are now available each day as a podcast.
If you would prefer to receive these reflections by daily email, you can sign up here.

http://devotions.urc.org.uk/urcddtoday.php

1 Response to Home

  1. Marianne O'Brien says:

    Waiting on the other side of the road for a bus, I saw three cars leave your car park reverse into the main road across the pavement.
    I have only just been able to stop using my wheelchair, after having been injured last June by a car reversing out of your car park.
    Please note that a driver reversing will be looking in their mirror for traffic on the main road, and will not be able to see pedestrians on their way to the bus stop!

    I would be much obliged if you would put up a warning notice on your wall to prevent this happening to anyone else.
    Now I am walking again, I feel very nervous when passing the church – not a sentiment you might wish for us to feel?
    Thankyou, Marianne O’Brien

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