‘Heart and Soul’ alternative week night service meets on Monday 18th September at Chapel at 7.00pm. A gentle, informal and interactive service with a mix of readings, meditation and sharing.
Life Spirit – a new Spiritual Development course starts on Tuesday 26th September
Join Rev Kate Dean for a Tuesday night course based on the book by Rev David Usher. We will explore deep questions through reading, discussion, personal reflection and deep listening. The first session will be on 26th September and will run until 21st November (no session on 14th November). For more information and to book your place, contact Kate: firstname.lastname@example.org. Course fee: £10. Please book in advance so that we can order copies of the book (included in the fee)!
Charity Concerts on 9th November and 7th December
Get ready for something special! The Chapel is often used as a concert venue and for recordings because of its excellent acoustic. The Chapel Choir holds an annual fundraiser which is always entertaining. In November and December, we as a Chapel community will host two concerts to support some very worthy causes. So please pencil in these dates…
9th November – a concert of words and music featuring professional musicians and guest speakers including Dame Janet Suzman. This concert will be co-hosted by the Mayor of Camden, Cllr Richard Cotton, whose chosen charity is C4WS. All proceeds will be divided between our musical instruments and C4WS which helps us to organise our Cold Weather Shelter for the homeless each winter.
7th December – a concert with a winter theme featuring three choirs! The Chapel Choir will be joined by a semi-professional ensemble and girls from the renowned Channing School Choir.
Look out for more details in our Notices emails. Tickets will be on sale in advance.
Unitarian Theology Conference 2017
500 Years On – The Reformation Must Continue!
Friday 13th October – ‘On God’ – Ant Howe, Jane Blackall, Lewis Connolly
Saturday 14th October – ‘On Unitariansim’ – Ann Peart, Justin Meggit, Stephen Lingwood
Panel: Claire MacDonald, Lucy Harris, Robin Hanford
Mill Hill Unitarian chapel, City Square, Leeds, LS1 5EB
For further information contact Rev Jim Corrigall on 07909572279 or email@example.com
Starting at 11.30am on Friday 13th October with worship. Ending at 5.45pm. 7.15pm Informal discussion in the Chapel and “pub theology.” Re-starting at 9.30am on Saturday 14th October. Ending at 3pm. Bring your own lunches or buy nearby. No entry charge. No need to book a place. Donations to cover costs gratefully received. Plenty of reasonably priced hotels nearby.
Talks will be filmed by UK Unitarian TV
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. (Bursaries are available)
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
The Meditation Fellowship offers a weekend retreat in Salisbury 3 – 5 November
The Meditation Fellowship is a group of gentle Unitarians who gather three times a year to practice meditation with Richard Bober, of Golders Green Unitarians. The Autumn Retreat takes place 3 – 5th November. Newcomers very welcome. The venue is the lovely Sarum college in Salisbury.
For further details contact Alf Withington:
email@example.com or tel: 01942733553
We do not aim to make a profit but must have sufficient funds to secure venues well in advance.
Total cost – £165.00 including accommodation, all meals and all activities (Deposit £65)
(When Fellowship funds allow we offer a limited number of subsidised places to people experiencing temporary financial constraints.)