The United Reformed Church embraces a wide band of theology and we are respectful of others perceptions. To this end we are committed to close co-operation with Churches of other traditions, recognising the command of Christ that all should be One. We have a formal membership of around 110, and a community role of around 175. Typical attendance at our morning worship averages around 100 to 140, with between 15 and 25 children and young people in the Junior Church.
Our church has, at its centre, Church Meeting, which meets 6 times a year, and an Elders Meeting with 12 meeting elders currently. Once ordained, our Elders initially serve for four years, but are available for re-election after a break of one year. Our Elders (both meeting and non-meeting) play a practical role in the pastoral care and oversight of the members of the church community. Day-to-day management of church business is handled by the church officers and Elders Meeting supported by a series of working groups.
We have Beavers, Cubs, Scout and Explorer Scouts. The 6th Reigate have been Scouting from this Church and at Chapel Road for over 60 years.
We have Rainbows and Brownies. The 10th Reigate have Guiding from Shaws Corner for years. Scouting and Guiding offer young people a chance to do a wide range activities from Camping to Cooking, to Pioneering to Craft work to map work to rope skills and a lot more.