Our Meeting House is run by our members through a committee of volunteers
Lewisham Unitarians is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and to ensuring their wellbeing
Lori Winters, Chair
I'm a full-time cabinet maker; big fan of thinking, connection, community, and justice; I've found this way of peace and protest, comfort and challenge, helps me to live big and right. Member of 20 years.
Erin Tierney, Secretary
I'm here to find big picture, open-minded approaches to celebrate the joys life brings and tackle its challenges. Member for 4 years.
Ann Howell, Treasurer
A long-time Unitarian who joined the Lewisham congregation when I moved into the area in 2013. I have a passion for social justice and do my best to live my Unitarian values as fully as possible. Until recently, I was fortunate to help out with a support group for adults with acquired brain injuries that met regularly at the meeting house. Now, I enjoy running the Mindfulness @ Lunchtime sessions on Fridays.
Liz Hills, Safeguarding Officer
As well as being the Meeting House's official Safeguarding Officer, I occasionally play piano during Sunday services.
Lynne Markey, Committee Member
I've been a Unitarian for several years and enjoy running our bi-monthly Book Group at the Meeting House. I wish I had found Unitarianism years ago as it was and is an immense relief to me to find a spiritual community where I am encouraged and supported to have doubts and questions about my faith and spirituality.
Mark Cooper, Committee Member
I find Unitarians a breath of fresh air, where we can reflect and develop our own ideas on the big issues and where all are welcome. This is done with a sense of community and the aim of doing good in the world.
Remi Fadare, Committee Member
Remi has been associated with the Meeting House for many years and joined the committee in 2016. She is known for her lively Drumming Circle gatherings and relaxing Yogic Healing sessions.