What we're about

Do you think of yourself as 'spiritual but not religious'? This group could be for you!

This is a social group for inspiration and discussion in the Unitarian spirit of tolerance, sharing and hope for the contemporary world. We list events happening in some of the nine Unitarian spiritual communities in Greater London.

Unitarianism is spirituality without dogma. Unitarians value the principles of diversity and equality rather than subscribing to any one particular religion or creed. Unitarianism is an open-minded and individual approach to religion so there is scope for a very wide range of beliefs and doubts.

London Unitarian communities:

Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel - www.rosslynhillchapel.org.uk

Golders Green Unitarians - www.goldersgreenunitarians.org

New-Unity - www.new-unity.org

Kensington Unitarians - www.kensington-unitarians.org.uk

Richmond and Putney Unitarians - www.rpuc.org.uk

Brixton Unitarians - www.brixtonunitarians.org

Lewisham Unity - www.lewishamunitarians.org.uk

Croydon Unitarians - www.croydonunitarians.org.uk

Stratford Unitarians - www.ukunitarians.org.uk/stratford

Essex Hall Head Office - www.unitarian.org.uk

To find a Unitarian community near you, visit: https://www.unitarian.org.uk/your-spiritual-home

Upcoming events (4+)

Death Cafe - monthly chance to talk about end of life over tea and cake

Needs a location

£5.00

Join us in a safe and welcoming space to discuss end of life matters and break the taboo of speaking about death, over tea and cake. A Death Café provides an opportunity to consider an emotive subject amongst understanding friends. Many feel a deep connection at these gatherings. There is no agenda, just a willingness to share our experiences and offer mutual support.

This is a monthly gathering which takes place on the last Sunday of the Month. Please make a donation to cover costs. You can donate on the Chapel's website www.rosslynhillchapel.org.uk/donate or by cash/card in person.

Note: This is not bereavement counselling. Please visit the Death Cafe website for more information on how death cafes are run: https://deathcafe.com/what/

For more details, see the event listing on Rosslyn Hill Chapel's website: www.rosslynhillchapel.org.uk/whats-on

Soul Fuel: de-stress, relax, unwind...

Needs a location

Soul Fuel Sunday is a new monthly gathering of poets, storytellers and songwriters held at Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel.

These intimate, unique evenings are not to be missed, offering audiences the rare opportunity to hear spoken word artists and songwriters perform completely unplugged, supported only by the natural acoustics of our gorgeous neo-Gothic Chapel walls. Each month, experience performances from musical artists interspersed with spoken word, poetry and meditations. Each event features guests hand picked by Rev Kate Dean and Soul Fuel Sunday curator Joey Clarkson.

All are welcome! Join us the first Sunday of every month at 7pm. Get your monthly fill, at Soul Fuel Sunday.

Death Cafe - monthly chance to talk about end of life over tea and cake

Needs a location

£5.00

Join us in a safe and welcoming space to discuss end of life matters and break the taboo of speaking about death, over tea and cake. A Death Café provides an opportunity to consider an emotive subject amongst understanding friends. Many feel a deep connection at these gatherings. There is no agenda, just a willingness to share our experiences and offer mutual support.

This is a monthly gathering which takes place on the last Sunday of the Month. Please make a donation to cover costs. You can donate on the Chapel's website www.rosslynhillchapel.org.uk/donate or by cash/card in person.

Note: This is not bereavement counselling. Please visit the Death Cafe website for more information on how death cafes are run: https://deathcafe.com/what/

For more details, see the event listing on Rosslyn Hill Chapel's website: www.rosslynhillchapel.org.uk/whats-on

Soul Fuel: de-stress, relax, unwind...

Needs a location

Soul Fuel Sunday is a new monthly gathering of poets, storytellers and songwriters held at Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel.

These intimate, unique evenings are not to be missed, offering audiences the rare opportunity to hear spoken word artists and songwriters perform completely unplugged, supported only by the natural acoustics of our gorgeous neo-Gothic Chapel walls. Each month, experience performances from musical artists interspersed with spoken word, poetry and meditations. Each event features guests hand picked by Rev Kate Dean and Soul Fuel Sunday curator Joey Clarkson.

All are welcome! Join us the first Sunday of every month at 7pm. Get your monthly fill, at Soul Fuel Sunday.

Past events (643)

Sound Bath Meditations

Needs a location

£5.00

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