Weekly Notices 3 Apr 2016
Sunday 3rd April at 11am
Rev Kate Dean: ‘Re-enchanting the World’
Whilst our culture has become increasingly secular, there is also a growth of extremism and a yearning by many for a more spiritual approach. How do we recover the best parts of our religious tradition, draw wisdom from mysticism and live a more fulfilling life?
Sunday 3rd April (7pm)
Evening Gathering – Music, words, reflection and silence
‘Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul’. (Plato)
Come and join us for meditative music, though provoking words, followed by silence & reflection.
Led by Margaret Perry & Ingrid Tavkar
Flowers dedicated this Sunday
The flowers this week are sponsored by Jane and David Williams in celebration of their wedding anniversary: 51 years! Warm congratulations from all at Rosslyn Hill Chapel.
If you have someone or an event to celebrate or remember, say it with flowers and help decorate the Chapel for our worship together. Contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note! our Sunday collection basket will be divided with
NOTICES & Dates for your Diaries
Shared Pulpit: Spiritual development and worship service training in April and May
Our new Temporary Minister, Rev Kate Dean, will be leading a series of workshops and facilitated sessions to help Unitarians reflect on their spiritual journey and consider approaches to taking part in a Sunday worship service. Weekly sessions will take place on Monday evenings. In addition, there will be two Sunday afternoon workshops looking at how to prepare and lead a service.
Shared Pulpit: Six Monday evenings (7pm-9pm) from 4th April onwards
These sessions aim to help us to explore our personal and spiritual development by examining our spiritual journeys. Discoveries could be used as a basis for a sermon or address, but there is really no obligation to lead a service.
Worship Workshops: Sunday afternoons (1.30-4pm) on 17th April and 8th May
The first Worship Workshop on 17th April will look at the nuts and bolts of putting together a Sunday service. In the second on8th May, we’ll explore alternative forms of worship, including Table Service (set around a meal), Cafe Connect (discussions/sharing, similar to Death Cafe), engagement groups and the Chapel’s own evening service.
You’ll benefit most by attending as many of the sessions as possible, but you won’t be required to attend all the sessions.
Please register by 3rd April! Contact email@example.com, text/call 07870 322 519 or sign up using the sheet on the Stewards’ Table.
2016 Channing Lecture – Golders Green – 23rd April 2016- speaker Derek McAuley This year’s Channing Lecture, The International Vision of British Unitarians, will be on Saturday 23 April at 7pm at Golders Green Unitarians, Hoop Lane, and will be delivered by Rosslyn Hill Chapel member Derek McAuley, who is also Chief Officer of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches.
British Unitarians have always had an international vision. Derek will describe how this global perspective has changed over time and explore how it continues to have relevance today and for the future. Tickets, available on the door, will be £10 and part of the proceeds will go to the Clara Barton Red Cross Syria Crisis Appeal. The church is at 31 Hoop Lane, 5 minutes’ walk from Golders Green Underground Station (Northern Line, Edgware Branch). For more information please contact
Rev. Feargus O’Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7837 4472).
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 10th April (11am)
Guest Preacher Jeannene Powel
In this service, we’ll consider how we show love in the world, to others and ourselves.
Sunday 10 April (7pm)
Evening Gathering – Meditation
‘Meditation is listening to the divine within’ Edgar Cayce Come and join us for meditation – guided meditation, silent meditation and walking meditation. Led by Ingrid Tavkar