Rev Kate Dean, ‘Being Bold for Gender Equality’. On International Women’s Day, we highlight the bold Unitarian proto-feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and consider how we can ‘be bold for change’, working towards an inclusive gender equal world. The Chapel choir will perform for us this Sunday.
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.
Celebration of the Spring Equinox. A contemplative service led by the Wheel of the Year group. Ostara, also called the Spring Equinox or Vernal Equinox, celebrates the arrival of spring. Ostara marks the day when night and day are equal and balanced, hence the term equinox, which means ‘equal night’. This is a time to rejoice, dance, and celebrate.