Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

AGM

Our Annual General Meeting follows the Sunday Service on 11th March. 
 
All are welcome to attend the AGM. Come along if you have views or are interested the things we are doing in the next year. We will hear the annual report, receive the annual accounts. Paid-up members will elect the Committee and its officers.  If you're a member, do consider serving on the Committee or as an officer.

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Feb
4
10:00 AM10:00

Living with Integrity Book Group

We are reading Living with Integrity--Unitarian Values and Beliefs in Practice, edited by Rev Kate Whyman.

Each meeting we discuss a chapter of the book. In this meeting we will discuss the chapter by Bob Pounder called "Working for Justice'".

The book is a collection of Unitarian women and men, ministers and lay people reflecting on how their faith and values affect their daily lives.  They write about navigating relationships, bringing up children, coping with loss and death; ways of engaging with the wider world, including the workplace and politics; and responding to urgent global issues, such as migration and abuse of the environment.  Each chapter ends with questions to prompt readers to reflect on their own experiences.

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Jan
28
11:00 AM11:00

Café Connect

Café Connect is a facilitated group discussion around a topic related to spirituality and well-being. 

The subject of this Café Connect will be "The wider Unitarians community". Led by Ann Howell and Lynne Markey

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Dec
17
1:00 PM13:00

Drumming Circle

At a later time that usual, an hour of uplifting drumming with percussionist Remi Fadare - all are welcome and no experience is necessary!

The change in time is to accommodate our Carol Service at 11am, which is followed by mince pies from 12:00 until 1:00pm. Why not join us for mince pies and tea or coffee before the drumming!!!

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Dec
10
10:00 AM10:00

Living with Integrity Book Group

We are reading Living with Integrity--Unitarian Values and Beliefs in Practice, edited by Rev Kate Whyman.

Each meeting discusses a chapter of the book. In this meeting we will discuss the chapter by Paul Kenyon called "Including 'the other'".

The book is a collection of Unitarian women and men, ministers and lay people reflecting on how their faith and values affect their daily lives.  They write about navigating relationships, bringing up children, coping with loss and death; ways of engaging with the wider world, including the workplace and politics; and responding to urgent global issues, such as migration and abuse of the environment.  Each chapter ends with questions to prompt readers to reflect on their own experiences.

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Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Reflective Ceremony with Candlelit Vigil

This will be the fourth year we have held an event to memorialise those who have been killed in anti-trans violence

The event will include
- An invitation to read aloud the names of the remembered
- An invitation to light candles of remembrance
- Words, silence, and gentle music

Led by Claire MacDonald

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