Sunday Service

Our services can be wide ranging in belief, practice and feel, but we seek to include people from all walks of life and experiences.

Heritage Open Day

We often build upon a Christian-style service with hymns, readings, prayers, and a reflection, but we draw from many traditions, seeking inspiration from different religions and philosophies.

We mark the start of worship with the lighting of a chalice candle and, during the service, we often have the lighting of candles for joy and concern; where people are invited to share in an event of the past week that has been joyful or challenging.

After the service, you are welcome to join us for refreshments and to chat with members of the congregation.

Services are normally held at 10:30 am on FIRST and THIRD Sundays.

Next Service

Can a Unitarian turn water into wine?

Sunday, 21st July at 10:30am

Sunday 21st July at 10.30am

Join us this Sunday as we explore the ancient water into wine story as a metaphor for the resurrection and what this new age of wine means for Unitarians today.

Taken by: Gary

Upcoming Services

July

Sunday, 21st
10:30am

Can a Unitarian turn water into wine?

Sunday 21st July at 10.30am

Join us this Sunday as we explore the ancient water into wine story as a metaphor for the resurrection and what this new age of wine means for Unitarians today.

Taken by: Gary