Watford Congregation
of Grace Communion International

(The Worldwide Church of God UK  www.gracecom.church,  is part of the Denomination–Grace Communion International.)
For more information visit www.gci.org


This Saturday 30 July there will be a live Service in St. Peter’s in Watford at 11am as usual. This will be a ‘blended’ Service as we continue to Zoom our Service each Saturday. The link to join will be the same as it has been and will be to the end of 2021: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88922633763?pwd=UXpUV1Q5aEJ1Kzg2bjU5N2w3U3lldz09
The sermon this week will be from Watford member, Kevin Harris.

We are pleased that the government restrictions have moved from law to personal responsibility. Our limitation on numbers who can meet in the hall has been lifted, but we are still requesting that when you arrive you use the sanitizer and then give your name and contact number in case you need to be contacted if someone in the group on that day comes down with the coronavirus.  St. Peters, in whose hall we meet, request that for the time being we consider wearing a mask when seated, although we have been told that we may sing! Although social distancing is not required, do consider other members bearing in mind the very high rate of infections and keep your distance where possible. We request that you leave every other row of pews empty at the moment. We do understand those who are still anxious and may wish to continue wearing a mask and observing social distancing for a while–we have the freedom to do that as well. Remember 1 Corinthians 6:12 which reminds us that all things that are lawful may not be expedient.

We are pleased to say that refreshments St. Peters have confirmed that we may begin using the Church Hall and serving refreshments once again!

We look forward to seeing as many as are able to attend each week to worship together and give thanks.


This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is ADVENTURE-CLUB-LESSON.jpgThere are Youth Lessons for use at home. To access this resource, click on the Youth Ministry tab at the top of the screen, or click on this link: https://watford.wcg.org.uk/childrens-church/ 

Geoff Sole, provided these lessons for the whole year during the pandemic but there is now a  break after Lesson 52. We hope to begin Children’s Church once again now that restrictions are lifted. 


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Are you ready for a BIG adventure? Are you between the ages of 7 and 12?
If you answered yes to these questions, then we are delighted to tell you that the 48th Adventure Camp is now accepting applications. The John Lowther Activity Centre will host us from the evening of Friday 27th to mid-day on Monday 30th August.
If you are up for BIG adventure but are not between the ages of 7 and 12, we still need you. Please fill out a staff application. Camp can’t go ahead without volunteers, so blow the dust off and come and have some fun.
The cost is £50 per child, £30 per staff member, £30 per trainee staff member and £10 per crèche child. Under 3s free. Maximum price per family £160. Numbers are limited. To avoid disappointment reserve your place by filling out an application now on the UK church website: Gracecom Church – Adventure Camp

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The UK Church Headquarters is still providing a live-streaming Sermon each Sunday at 11am, as well as the live-streamed Bible Studies every other Wednesday night at 7:30pm. See the website for the link at www.gracecom.church  

Sadly, we will not be able to have our Youth Camp for Teenagers this year. S.E.P. Youth Camp Director Jackie Mill writes: ‘I am so sorry to have to write to you once again to tell you the news that we are having to cancel SEP 2021, after the government is delayed the relaxation of restrictions. While we understand the reasons behind the government’s decision, we still grieve the loss of another SEP. We do not have the time needed to go forward with our plans for SEP 2021, nor the assurance that the restrictions will be lifted completely in the weeks ahead. It is the not knowing that is the problem.
We are looking to see what extra events we could put on in the months ahead. I have already been in touch with Morfa Bay Adventure to secure dates for 2022 and hope to share those with you soon.
Keep an eye on the SEP website: SEP UK

Christian Unity is needed even more as the global community faces a crisis such as we have not seen before with the coronavirus still causing widespread suffering whether physically, psychologically or economically. Please join us in praying for our countries leaders, for our Church leaders, for the NHS and those looking after people still catching the coronavirus. May God bless you and keep you safe.

We have begun meeting again in-person, and everyone is welcome to join us Worshipping God in our Church Services 11am on Saturdays, but during pandemic restrictions you need to book a place because of restrictions on numbers. The Service generally lasts an hour and a half, followed by a cup of tea and a snack. However, due to the coronavirus, government restrictions still prohibit refreshments, but we can still pray and worship. So we can’t sing out loud, we can sing in our minds, hearts and spirits and learn together from God’s Word. What a blessing to be able to meet together.

We normally meet in St. Peter’s Church, Bushey Mill Lane, Watford:

Worldwide Church of God, Watford
St. Peter’s Church
61 Westfield Avenue
WD24 7HF

Entrance & Car Park on Bushey Mill Lane.




George & Sueann Henderson
Telephone:  01923-855570
Email: watford@gracecom.church

The Worldwide Church of God UK is part of Grace Communion International which is a Christian denomination with about 40,000 members in more than 90 nations and territories.  We are a member of the Evangelical Alliance, and Churches Together and of Churches Together.  In the UK & Ireland we have about 46 congregations with a total of around 1,500 members.  To learn more about the Worldwide Church of God UK/Grace Communion International, visit our website at:  www.gracecom.church, or our Denomination’s website: www.gci.org

The Mission of the WCG UK/GCI is to play it’s part in proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom of God in all the world as a witness, and taking care of those whom God calls into His church through Jesus Christ, hence our motto:  “Living And Sharing The Gospel”.  You can find more about the Church and it’s ministries by visiting the following websites: www.gracecom.church,  and www.because.uk.com

2 Comments on Home

  1. Paul Knight says:

    My hand writing is now very unsteady and I would like to know if there is another way of sending my offering to WCG by post rather than struggling to write a cheque maybe credit card.
    Thank you.
    Paul Knight

    • Nancy-S says:

      Thank you for your faithfulness in giving and desire to support the work of the Church.

      If you visit the WCG UK Church Website at http://www.gracecom.church : across the top the menu includes a tab ‘Giving’ which you can click on. There you will find another button ‘Donate with Church Suite’ which makes it easy to make an offering if you click on it and fill in the details. There are also Frequently Asked Questions that may give alternatives.

      I hope this is helpful.
      Best Regards,
      Nancy Silcox, webmaster

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