Low Row URC

Built with Bricks and Amazing Grace


  Low Row (10:30 a.m.)Keld (2:00 p.m.)
May 22nd Ms Dot Thomson  
  29th Hilary & Dave Disney  
June 5th Bishop John Pritchard  
  12th Service at the Parish Church  
  19th short service at Low Row but main worship will be at Keld with the visit of the Rev. Fiona Bennett, Moderator of General Assembly at 2-30
July 3rd Rev. John Proctor, former Gen. Secretary of the URC Rev. John Proctor (M in R)
  10th Rev. John Durell  
  17th TBA  


  31st Dave and Hilary Disney  
August 7th Rev. Alan Coustick  

Worship has continued in Low Row on a weekly basis since the beginning of October 2021.

KELD has been busy since re-opening with Baptisms, Harvest service and Auction of Produce, and Remembrance service.

As there are now so many children in and around Keld, a Christmas craft event was held in the Upper Room of the Keld Resource Centre.


Regular worship services are held throughout the year each Sunday morning  at 10.30am. Exceptions are just twice in the year when combined services are held. We never have any difficulty filling the pulpit as so many people love coming up the dale to take services. Members of the congregation are willing to play an active role in services by reading, praying, preaching or playing the organ.

The great festivals of the Church are celebrated. A special Sunday is the Harvest Festival. On Remembrance Sunday, as well as the morning service, there is a joint service with the congregation at Keld at 10.50am starting at the Keld War Memorial before proceeding to Keld Chapel.

On the last Sunday in April or the first in May we remember our origins in Smarber Chapel. We climb up a steep footpath to the remains of Smarber Chapel where a short service is held to remember with gratitude what we owe to those who came before. The service concludes in the current chapel.

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