Services are held every Sunday at 11.
Starting in June and weather permitting, our service will be held outdoors at the rear of the church.
At our service you will not be told what to believe, how to believe, instead you will be encouraged to explore a deeper meaning to life according to your own understanding and conscience within a community of people who like you do not have all the answers but are merely seeking to understand.
Services for June: ( unless indicated, services are led by the minister).
June 2nd: A talk on " Giving" by church member, Michael Burnett ( service by minister)
June 9th: A service to celebrate the work, life and times of Charles Dickens, a Unitarian who died on the 9th of June 1870.
June 16th: A service reflecting on the 40th anniversary of the banning of " The Life of Brian" in Ireland. What does this classic comedy have to say about religion, society and human nature. The service will feature clips from the movie.
June 23rd: A Flower Communion Service. A communion service with a twist of nature.
June 30th: Hello Summer! A celebration of the nations favourite time of year.
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.
"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"