Rosslyn Hill Chapel Choir – rehearses each Wednesday at 7.30pm. New voices welcome, no audition required!
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.
Friday 18th May at 7.30pm Refugee support: Volunteer meeting (Chapel Hall)
We will meet to discuss how we might join together with other communities to support refugee families in Camden. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the situation and discuss the various options. For more information and to RSVP, contact: email@example.com
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. We will honour our charity partners with a short service followed by a Wine Reception and an opportunity to make new connections!
Friday 23rd June at 7.30pm ‘Neighbours Social’ with Golders Green Unitarians
Join us at Rosslyn Hill Chapel for a quirky evening of entertainment with our friends at Golders Green Unitarians. Anyone wishing to offer entertainment – music, story, song, poem, etc – should contact Kate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 8th July 11.00am onwards ‘London Pride’
Come and represent Unitarians at one of the largest LGBT festivals in the world.
“Are you free to celebrate on Saturday 8th July 2017? Joining the Unitarians at London Pride will be one of the best life experiences for you as a Unitarian – it really is that simple.
On Saturday 8th July we will gather, raise our flags, dan our whistles and drums and March through the centre of London cheered on by up to 2 million people supporting LGBTI Equality.
This message is to ask you to join us. All you have to do is go to the Facebook Page Unitarians for LGBTI Equality and sign up to the event we have for the parade. It is crucial you sign up as numbers will be limited and everyone will need a wristband.
On e you have signed up we need you to turn up, guidance on what to wear etc will be given nearer the time as well as the precise details – broadly we gather at 11am and march until 3/4pm. And it is tremendous fun and a critical part of us ensuring that the centuries of persecution and negativity towards the LGBTI communities is slowly broken down and the chapel doors flung open.
Of you have any queries contact email@example.com or text Ed on 07974950512. We will be joined by Minister, readers, activists and more – everyone is welcome. just let us know for definite so we can plan numbers.
This year will be very special as it is the 50th anniversary of partial decriminalisation and the 60th anniversary of the Wolfenden Report that triggered that. Please be there… we want a majorly good showing from Unitarians at London Pride. Thank you.”
Sunday 9th July Special service followed by All Weather Picnic!
We will be joined by the UK’s Unitarian Youth Group, fresh from their appearance at London Pride the previous day. After the service, we’ll enjoy a picnic on the manse lawn (or in the hall) along with members of Churches Together in Hampstead. Do join us.