Choir prepares for summer performance
The special Summer RHUC Choir performance will be held on Sunday 16th July, during the morning service, and is a joyous musical extravaganza by Michael Flanders and Joseph Horovitz entitled “Captain Noah and his floating zoo”. This is not a fear-inducing prophecy of more doom and destruction, but an up-lifting story of survival, resilience and the power of and necessity for humour always. We’ll be enjoying ourselves performing this cantata in a modern idiom; please bring friends to enjoy this rollicking adaptation of the Old Testament story.
Could you help a refugee get some work experience?
After learning English refugees can find it difficult to find work in the UK as potential employers may have doubts that their English is of a sufficient standard for use in a professional context. If you, or anyone you know, has any work experience opportunities to help refugees practice their English in a vocational setting please contact 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.)
Good Cause of the Month
Our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘FOUR PAWS’ an international animal welfare charity.
The flowers for the chalice table this week are provided by the flower group.
If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember with flowers, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking of becoming a member?
If you have been attending our Chapel services and events for some time, you might consider making Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel your spiritual home and community.
Our Chapel community is independent, self-governing and self-financing, with a rich history of social change. As well as taking part in Sunday Services, our members organise and support a wide range of activities and events. If you would like to find out more, please contact Rev Kate Dean, or speak to one of the Stewards.