Broadway United Reformed Church
The origins of Broadway United Reformed church date back to the 17th century when a chapel was erected in celebration of Reformed Christianity. It formed one pillar of the Protestant churches that broke away from the Roman Catholic Church as a result of widespread corruption amongst the Catholic church in the eyes of the Reformers.
The Broadway United High Street is located in the Upper High Street and comes with an addition hall, The Jubilee meeting room and even offers disabled access and toilets for the less able. It is a well celebrated church with strong ties to the local community. The United Reformed church hosts many village events, activities, concerts and recitals throughout the year, and The Hall is used for two mornings a week as a playgroup for the community, which has served the village for decades. Their Summer Youth Activities programme has won the church the worthy accolade of 'The Child Friendly Church Award'.
The Broadway United Reformed Church invites you to say prayer every Sunday morning at 10.30am.