The religious services at Cork Unitarian Church offer us opportunities for reflection, prayer, inspiration, celebration, commemorating, and fellowship. Attendance is never compulsory. We don’t have the notion of a divine mandate to attend and punishment if you don’t. People are free to attend or not as they feel the call. Interestingly enough, people do attend and participate because they are finding something of value. Friends and visitors from the larger community are always welcome. We do ask that our visitors obey health and safety regulations and that they show the curtesy of not protesting or proselytising during our services. We are glad enough to hear your point of view when we visit your venue or in a discussion outside of the religious services.
At Cork Unitarian Church, we offer specific times and places where our congregation comes together through open and inclusive fellowship in the context of a formal religious service: