30 Jul 2017 Rev Kate Dean. For many in our congregation, honouring the natural world is part of their Unitarian faith. How can we live our values through respecting and conserving our planet?
23 Jul 2017 – Guest Preacher Alan Ruston. Have you thought about how you became a Unitarian? Was it the principles, the theology (or the lack of it) that you heard or read about that attracted you? Perhaps it was the community of people you first met and continue to meet at Rosslyn Hill that continues to keep you coming.
7 May 2017. We celebrate the birth of Rabindranath Tagore, focusing on his Nobel Prize-winning poem ‘Gitanjali’ which will be performed by the choir and musicians from the Brahmo Samaj liberal Hindu group. Afterwards we walked to the Vale of Health, where a blue plaque marks the house where he stayed.
19 Mar 2017. Guest Speaker Tanya Morrison, ‘Talking about power’. How do we talk about those in power? How do we remain hopeful when things seem out of balance? Do we listen enough to supporters of the powerful? Tanya Morrison considers these questions drawing on insights from Ursula le Guin’s ‘Earthsea’ novels and her other Taoist writings.
5 Mar 2017 Rev Kate Dean, ‘A Fairer World’. At the mid-point of Fair Trade fortnight, and as we gather for our Annual General Meeting of Chapel members, we consider what it takes to create a fairer world. Our families, our communities and nations have a better chance of thriving when we treat each other […]