Please see our Covid-19 page for information about services during the pandemic.
Services take place each Sunday at 11.00am. We start with the lighting of a candle – the chalice flame being the symbol of the Unitarian movement. All our services are followed by refreshments served in the schoolroom and are a great opportunity for everyone to get together for a chat.
Our services have a theme rather than following a liturgy or set order of service, but will usually include time for silent reflection as well as hymns, readings and prayers. Readings may be taken from a variety of different religious scriptures or from secular sources. As Unitarians, we draw from the wisdom of all faiths and branches of human knowledge.
We celebrate Easter, Mothering Sunday, Harvest, Remembrance Day and Christmas and also earth-based festivals in the Celtic cycle of the year. Special services have included Taizé chants, a Pet Service and a Flower Communion. Once a month there is a short communion service after our main service which is open to all. Whether you are a visitor, an occasional attender, a regular or a member we hope that by joining us on a Sunday you will find something to illuminate your mind and speak to your heart.