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.

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.

We are linked to Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel (www.rosslynhillchapel.com), Lewisham Meeting House (www.lewishamunitarians.org.uk) and New-Unity (www.new-unity.org) in London. There are also several other Unitarian meeting places in Greater London.

Other useful sites:
www.unitarian.org.uk
www.ukspirituality.org

Upcoming events (5)

Soul Deep - Weekly Spiritual Discussion Group

Online event

Spiritual development sessions every Tuesday evening online using the Zoom video conference platform. The theme for January is Imagination. We gather to share our joys and concerns, examine a text for insight and relevance in our own lives, and have the opportunity for sharing in small groups. You might like to have a pen and paper to hand. The 'doors' open at 7pm to allow time to settle in and for anyone who might like a chat. At 7.25pm there will be music and / or silence, before starting at 7.30pm. Please RSVP before joining the Zoom Meeting and ensure your name displayed matches the name on MeetUp otherwise you may not get past the waiting room. You may also email ahead instead - [masked] - and mention you're from MeetUp.

'Me and White Supremacy' - New Book Group

Online event

Please join Rev Kate and Chapel Board member James Bell for a lively and challenging discussion group on Monday nights starting on Monday 8th February at 7pm. We will be working through the book 'Me and White Supremacy: How to Recognise Your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World' by Layla Saad. There will be six weekly sessions as we work through the book and discuss our experience of the book material and the daily journal writing prompts. Even if you find the book title or subject matter offputting, we urge you to attend and stretch yourself! This will be a journey of bonding and self discovery as we work through the book together. The hardback book is currently half price at Waterstones and Amazon but bursaries are also available if needed. Please contact Rev Kate to join: [masked]

Soul Deep - Weekly Spiritual Discussion Group

Online event

Spiritual development sessions every Tuesday evening online using the Zoom video conference platform. The theme for January is Imagination. We gather to share our joys and concerns, examine a text for insight and relevance in our own lives, and have the opportunity for sharing in small groups. You might like to have a pen and paper to hand. The 'doors' open at 7pm to allow time to settle in and for anyone who might like a chat. At 7.25pm there will be music and / or silence, before starting at 7.30pm. Please RSVP before joining the Zoom Meeting and ensure your name displayed matches the name on MeetUp otherwise you may not get past the waiting room. You may also email ahead instead - [masked] - and mention you're from MeetUp.

'Me and White Supremacy' - New Book Group

Online event

Please join Rev Kate and Chapel Board member James Bell for a lively and challenging discussion group on Monday nights starting on Monday 8th February at 7pm. We will be working through the book 'Me and White Supremacy: How to Recognise Your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World' by Layla Saad. There will be six weekly sessions as we work through the book and discuss our experience of the book material and the daily journal writing prompts. Even if you find the book title or subject matter offputting, we urge you to attend and stretch yourself! This will be a journey of bonding and self discovery as we work through the book together. The hardback book is currently half price at Waterstones and Amazon but bursaries are also available if needed. Please contact Rev Kate to join: [masked]

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