Friday Jazz Vespers
Is a joint venture of the Unitarian and Methodist Churches. The next service is on Friday 10th of December, 6 pm, at the Unitarian Church, Cork.
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Service Schedule for January 2020 Services start @ 11 am
Unless indicated service led by the Minister
5th Jan : New Years resolutions ?- Do we make them, do we need them?
12th Jan : Martin Luther King : - A man with a dream. To celebrate his birthday on January 15th.
19th : A service for World Religion day as marked by the Baha'i faith. Why does religion seem to divide more than it unites?
Does religion have a future and should it have a role in shaping our society?
26th Jan : Prayer? : - As Australia prays for rain, what's the purpose of prayer, is what we call God simply there to do our bidding?
During each service members of the congregation are invited to light candles, expressing their hopes, wishes, gratitude, fears and challenges.
Our readings are from many different sources, both spiritual and secular.
Our music is a mix of hymns and appropriate secular songs.
Our 1st reading is always from a member of the congregation. It is chosen by them and is NOT vetted or seen by the minister beforehand.
Tea/Coffee and refreshments are served before and after service.
On a Sunday morning the church is open at 10 am with service starting at 11
We are an LGBTI+ affirming church
All are welcome to our services, whatever your approach to faith, whatever ever your understanding of what we call God.
We welcome those of all faith outlooks and those of none.
Your sexuality is your own business as is your gender identification.
All are equal, all are respected, all are welcome.
Hon Chair ( Life ) : Mr Brian Cluer Secretary : Mr. Colm Noonan Church Warden : Mr P.M. Clarke
Management C'tee Members : Mr Paul Reinhardt Miss Christina Donaldson Mr. Colin Power Rev. Mike O'Sullivan
Ours is a fully democratic church, the above c'tee assumes its power from and on behalf of the congregation.
"God is not a Christian, God is not a Jew, or a Muslim or a Hindu, or a Buddhist. All of those are human systems which human beings have created to try to help us walk into the mystery of God"