‘Soul Deep spiritual development course’ starts on Tuesday 17th January – sign up now!
Rev Kate Dean will be leading a series of six Tuesday-night sessions focusing on a different aspect of spiritual life each week. We aim to go deeper and examine the inner faith that finds an outward expression in the way we live our lives. Please note the updated dates: We will meet in the Committee Room on Tuesdays 17th, 24th Jan (NO MEETING on 31st January) and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th February. Contact Kate to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday night groups at the chapel:9th January: ‘Living with Integrity’ discussion group at 7.00pm
We are discussing chapters from a book on Unitarian values. The discussion in January will focus on the somewhat controversial chapter ‘Navigating relationships and sexuality’. Come along and share your reflections and reactions to this topic with Rev Kate Dean. Copies of the Living with Integrity book are available from the chapel. We meet in the Committee Room.
16th January: ‘Heart and Soul’ at 7.00pm
Join us for an alternative weeknight service, a gentle, informal and interactive mix of readings, meditation and sharing. This month’s theme is ‘Playing the January Blues’. We meet in the Chapel.
23rd January: Chapel Book Group at 7.00pm
We’re reading ‘Romantic Outlaws’, the story of the proto-feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter author Mary Shelley. We meet in the Committee Room, come and discuss what to read next!
FUSE Festival 17-19 February 2017 – a weekend retreat in the countryside
Closing date for bookings is 31 January 2017.
FUSE takes place at a new venue, Horsley Park in Surrey. The accommodation includes modern rooms, pool and sauna, and 70 acres of parkland. Whether you are looking for an energising and inspiring conference with fellow Unitarians, a relaxing, spa-like weekend, or a spiritually enriching retreat, you will find it at FUSE 2017! There is a fantastic line-up of workshops, social activities and spiritual practices to nourish the mind, body and soul. The keynote speaker will be Rev Tina Geels, from The Netherlands, talking about new thinking on the future of liberal religion:
“It is all about religion, getting re-connected again, where are we from and how are we moving forwards beyond our old church and congregation systems.”
Online FUSE registration is “live”. Please go to the FUSE website to register and pay for your registration. Your registration will not complete unless you pay at the same time.
Chapel members may apply for a limited number of £50 bursaries. Please contact Leighton Cole for more details: email@example.com
Worship Studies Course in 2017
Rosslyn Hill Chapel is proud to host the only Unitarian Worship Studies Course (Foundation Step) in the UK next year. We hope that chapel members will join us for this valuable training which is right on the doorstep!
Worship Studies: Thinking about leading a service but not sure how? Looking for new ways to enliven worship for your congregation and beyond?
The London & SE District (LDPA) is offering a four-part course, leading to a GA-recognised qualification – the Worship Studies Course (Foundation Step).
The Foundation Step course is based on the very popular version run by Kensington Unitarians in 2013 and further WSC training is offered as a correspondence course after this first step. Group sessions will take place on the following Saturdays: 4th March, 15th July, 30th September and 25th November (Nov date TBC) at Rosslyn Hill Chapel. To register for more information, contact Rev’d Martin Whitell: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for registration 31st January