24 Jul 2016 Guest Preacher Rev Jim Robinson. Neurotheology: the Scientific Study of Religious Experience. Using modern scientific tools like MRI, PET Scans, EEG, etc. along with sophisticated social science surveys, researchers are able to clinically describe what is happening when people are having religious/spiritual experiences. It is both interesting and inspiring.
17 Jul 2016 Rev Kate Dean, ‘Inspired by Shakespeare’ Rosslyn Hill Chapel Choir collaborates with Shakespeare enthusiasts to mark Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary and celebrate the words of Shakespeare which have inspired so many. The choir will perform a selection of poetry set to music by Vaughn Williams while Chapel members George Appleby, Shirley King and Janna Williams will share some of their […]
10 Jul 2016 Guest Preacher Alan Ruston. The most well known British Unitarian thinker James Martineau. How relevant is he today? Those who attended the Anniversary service in June, will know that James Martineau was the preacher at the opening of the new Rosslyn Hill chapel in 1862. There is a large memorial to him in the building, but who […]
3 Jul 2016 Rev Kate Dean, ‘How are the neighbours?’ We will consider whom we regard as our neighbours. Treating our neighbours as we would wish to be treated is an act of compassion which appears in all major religious faiths. Do we really know our neighbours and how does our treatment of them express our Unitarian values?
26 Jun 2016 Rev Kate Dean. The Flower Communion is a beautiful celebration of natural diversity and human uniqueness. It was created by a brave Czech Unitarian minister who perished in WWII. Please bring a single flower with you, if you can, and we will gather them together as part of the service.
12 Jun 2016 Guest Preacher Emily Jackson. “Space Exploration: Spiritual Considerations”. Whilst inter-planetary colonisation is offered as a key to the survival of our species, what are the consequences for the human spirit? What unfinished business should we first attend to here on Earth?