Weekly Notices 16 Apr 2017

Published 14/04/2017

This Sunday’s Services
Sunday 16th April (11.00am)

Easter Sunday
‘Intimations of immortality? Is death the end? Reflections for Easter.’
We welcome Rev Feargus O’Connor, minister at Golders Green Unitarians, who will ‘swap pulpits’ with our minister to preach on Easter Sunday at our chapel.

Sunday 16th (7.00pm)
 Meditations and Transformations for Easter Day
 A gentle gathering of meditation and contemplation exploring what we contemporary Unitarians can learn from the Easter story, with Rev Kate Dean.

Anniversary Service on 4th June
Don’t forget to RSVP to our fantastic annual service. See more details below!

Good Cause of the Month
Our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘Greenpeace’ (http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/)


The Chapel has been decorated for Easter and all the spring festivals by members of the Flower Group and other kind helpers. Thanks to our willing volunteers!

If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember with flowers, please contact Sharron: admin@rosslynhillchapel.com 

Upcoming Events

Sunday 4th June
 Anniversary Service at 6.30pm (note: special time)

Our annual Anniversary Service is held on the nearest Sunday to 5th June, the date of the first service in our current chapel building in 1862. Please do RSVP so that we can plan for the catering!

Rosslyn Hill Chapel Choir – rehearses each Wednesday at 7.30pm. New voices welcome, no audition required!‘Heart and Soul’  week night service will not take place on Monday 17th April as it is the Easter Monday holiday. The next Heart on Soul will be on Monday 15th May at 7.00pm.

Chapel Book Group – meets on Monday 24th April at 7.00pm in the Committee Room. We invite people to bring a favourite book to share – and possibly lend – at the next meeting.

Sunday 7th May Tagore service with guest musicians
The morning service will 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. If it is good weather, we plan to walk to the Vale of Health, where a blue plaque marks the house where he stayed.

Make a note: Saturday 8th July 11.00am onwards ‘London Pride’
Come and represent Unitarians at one of the largest LGBT festivals in the world. More details coming soon…

Services Next Sunday

Sunday 23rd (11.00am)
Rev Kate Dean – ‘Spirit of Life’
Our Unitarian faith upholds the ‘oneness’ of the divine, which – for some – is expressed as spirit or spirituality. What does it mean if we say that we are spiritual people?

Sunday 23rd (7.00pm)
LIVE Music and Meditation
Join us for uplifting live piano music from John Evans and different forms of relaxing meditation with Rev Kate Dean guided meditation, walking meditation, chanting and body prayer.