• An inclusive approach to a shared spiritual journey: Unitarians emphasise freedom of conscience and affirm the validity of many religious traditions as well as science and secular culture.             

    Rev Jo James

  • A just and loving world needs Unitarianism. It needs our gifts of labour, love, and money. Without these, our vision can neither go out into the world, nor help to change it




Our Unitarian community consists of about 170 congregations that meet in Chapels, Churches and Meeting Houses right across Britain.

What is a Unitarian?


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21/10/2016 Aberfan 50 Years on by Unitarian Minister Rev Cliff Reed
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22/09/2016 Women’s League raise money for National Deaf Children’s Society
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Youth Programme

We offer activities for 3 main age groups: 7-11, 11-14 and 14-17 on weekends at the Nightingale Centre. The activities includes spiritual and personal exploration, arts and craft, walking, drama, discussion, and free time to make new friends.


What is a Unitarian?

What is a Unitarian?
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