Thinking of becoming a member?
If you have been attending our Chapel services and events for some time, you might consider making Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel your spiritual home and community. Our Chapel community is independent, self-governing and self-financing, with a rich history of social change. As well as taking part in Sunday Services, our members organise and support a wide range of activities and events. If you would like to find out more, please contact Rev Kate Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org), or speak to one of the Stewards on a Sunday morning.
Open Chapel in August
As we did last year, we will hold an Open Chapel every Sunday afternoon in August. We found we had many visitors, some people had lived in the area for many years and had never set foot inside the chapel. They were surprised and delighted to see the treasures inside. Meeting visitors and showing them around is a great way to reach out to our community. If you would like to help us host Open Chapel for a couple of hours (12 – 2pm or 2 – 4pm), please contact Kate with when you’re available: email@example.com
Good Cause of the Month
Our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘FOUR PAWS’ an international animal welfare charity.
The flowers for the chalice table this week are provided by the Flower Group.
If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember with flowers, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Know any teens who are thinking about what it means to be a particular gender?
‘Me Myself I: Exploring the gender revolution’ is a Unitarian retreat for 12 – 17 year olds.
7-11 August 2017
Join us in the Peak District for creativity, discussion, workshops, free time, meditation, a day of outdoor pursuits, cartooning and time to learn more about gender issues. Everyone welcome – non-Unitarians and Unitarians and people of all faiths. Download a booking form from https://www.unitarian.org.uk/civicrm/event/info… or contact John Harley for more info: email@example.com
Unitarian Women’s Group Conference 20th – 22nd October 2017
The Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow
A weekend of interactive sessions on Unitarian women in history, placing ourselves in the story and a look at the UWG itself and its development over the course of nearly four decades. Serious and hilarious by turns and always warm and friendly. Led by Rev Ann Peart and Rev Celia Midgley
Booking: Stella Burney firstname.lastname@example.org or 01298 871218
Further information: Margaret Robinson email@example.com or 01642 782219 or Ann Peart firstname.lastname@example.org