Our weekly Sunday services are at 11.00 am. Visitors are always welcome to our services and to join us afterwards for tea or coffee in our Garden Room.
Services consist of hymns from one of our three Unitarian hymn books with accompaniment from our magnificent and recently restored 1862 organ; prayers; readings (which might be from religious or secular sources) and an address from the Minister, on a wide-ranging and challenging series of topics, often relevant to the time of year, to a festival or to a day of commemoration or remembrance. Some services are accompanied by a musical offering, either on the piano or from our singing group.
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Online Services during Covid 19 pandemic
New government measures introduced on Thursday November 5 mean that our planned Chapel services are suspended. They will be replaced by our normal Zoom services until further notice. The Zoom services are enjoyable and engaging events, with readings, prayers, music and a homily from our minister. Following each Zoom service our minister posts the weekly homily with prayers on our website (click here for the latest).
If you want to join us on Zoom, you will be very welcome,
please contact the Minister, Dr Arthur Stewart, on 01509 812236 for further details.
LATEST NEWSGood news. Services will resume in the chapel on May 23. Until then we will be holding our Sunday zoom services as usual.
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