Our services of worship can be viewed as a celebration of our deepest values.

We see our religious beliefs as relevant to all aspects of life including the wider community.

A visitor to our services may find the format of our services quite familiar – hymns, music, prayers/meditation, sermons and readings.

However the content is anything but traditional.

We enjoy a wide variety of perspectives from members of our congregation and a programme of visiting speakers who range from Humanists to Buddhists, Presbyterians to Pagans.

Barbara Clifford leading worship

Instead of a minister, we have a team of regular Worship Leaders who serve our fellowship on a rota basis. More details can be found on our Worship page.

We believe that everyone has a right to seek truth and meaning for themselves. As Unitarians, we are not required to assent to any creed or statement of faith. Our emphasis is on being true to oneself. We celebrate the dignity of differences between religions as a precious asset of humanity.

There is a strong emphasis on individuality. This enables us to hold our own beliefs and values without fear of being met with prejudice or intolerance. Each of us is free to seek and follow our own understanding and meaning to life within a caring community of like-minded people.

During the pandemic our services have switched to online. Check our YouTube page to view a selection of our services broadcast via Zoom