Please note: All our Monday night programmes – except Poetry Group on 7th Aug at 7.30pm – will be taking a break in August.
Open Chapel every Sunday in August includes a Labyrinth Walk on the 13th
As we did last year, we will hold an Open Chapel every Sunday afternoon in August (6, 13, 20 and 27 Aug). 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.
Can you help us host Open Chapel for a couple of hours (12 – 2pm or 2 – 4pm)? If so, please contact Kate with when you’re available: firstname.lastname@example.orgSunday 13th Aug: Afternoon Labyrinth Walking Meditation 2 – 4pm.
As part of Open Chapel, Richard Nickols and Aleine Ridge will be back with their reproduction of the Labyrinth from Chartres Cathedral (pictured here).
Rosslyn Hill Chapel Choir is on holiday for the summer
Rehearsals begin again in September, each Wednesday at 7.30pm. New voices welcome, no audition required!
Monday 7th Aug at 7.30pm: Poetry Group
(in Basement Cottage 3) Come and share your favourite poem or one of your own, with George Appleby: 020 7424 9733
Looking ahead to September at the Chapel – ‘Gathering the waters’ when you’re away…
Sunday 10th September – ‘Gathering the Waters’
This service, sometimes also called the Water Ceremony, was first used at a Unitarian Universalist congregation in the 1980s. Members bring to Sunday worship service a small amount of water from a place that is special to them or from a place they have visited over the summer. During the service, people one by one pour their water together into a large bowl. As the water is added, each person explains why this water is special to them. The combined water is symbolic of our shared Unitarian faith coming from many different sources. If you’re going away, please remember to bring some water back for this ceremony – or you can use your own tap!
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 email@example.com or 01298 871218
Further information: Margaret Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org or 01642 782219 or Ann Peart email@example.com
The Meditation Fellowship offers a weekend retreat in Salisbury 3 – 5 November 2017
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:
firstname.lastname@example.org 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.)