Welcome to URC Holiday Forum

NEW!  Check out our video page to see photos of Forum 2016 taken by the Photography Group!

The theme for Forum 2017 is Follow my Leader from 19th – 25th August and the theme leader is Rev Alistair Smeaton who is a minister in the URC’s West Cumbria Network. More details about Forum 2017 at the Hayes Conference Centre are available from this website by clicking on the Forum 2017 link in the menu above.  NEW : Booklet for the week is now available

If you would like to reserve your place for this year you can book via the Booking Form on this website or by emailing bookings@urcholidayforum.org.uk to ask for a form to be sent to you. If you have already booked, please continue to spread the word to everyone around!  Alternatively you can download the form from these two links: Booking Form and Booking Form Extra Information.

If you want to know what Holiday Forum is all about, one of our Forumites has put together this video :

As well as this website you can also find us on Facebook and Twitter (see left for links).

Some quotes from previous Forums:

Quote from a first timer – The welcome has been full of warmth and smiles!

Since I retired in 1982 this is my only summer holiday and strengthens me for the next 12 months.

Thanks for everyone being friendly and welcoming.

Everyone is to be congratulated on an excellent week overall – thank you from a first timer.

I have attended other such forums, but this is unique. It is a must in my calendar and I hope I shall be able to attend for many years to come.

People are welcoming and inclusive to people on first time visits.

Quote from a Forum attendee – “The uniqueness of Holiday Forum is its ability to be inclusive. It unites all people as a family and treats all individuals as human beings.”

Quote from a first timer – “it was great to walk into such a welcoming atmosphere and meet such friendly people, can’t wait till next year.”

Quote from Revd Dr David Cornick – General Secretary of the URC at General Assembly 2004 – “Holiday Forum is a jewel in the crown of our church.”

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