Boston Lincolnshire, Unitarian Chapel

Charity number 246917 (Matilda Stainbank Trust)

A church that asks you to define your own spiritual values based on your experience of living in today's world and live your life accordingly. For inspiration and reflection we use the teachings of Jesus and others who have served mankind through their search for truth and love.


Worship and other Special Services

Worship Services are held on the first and third Sunday of each month at 5.00pm. Other Special Services including infant blessings, marriages and funerals are by arrangement.


  Our Unitarian Community and Chapel

In 1802 a new church was founded in Boston on the Universalist principles of 'salvation for all'. In 1819 the present handsome Georgian chapel was built to accommodate 250 people. The hall (added in 1875) is used by several local secular and religious groups. The chapels imposing facade is seen to best effect from John Adams Way. Although 'Boston Town' usually conjures up images of the American East Coast, it is significant that Boston, Massachusetts, derives its name from the history of the many religious dissenters who sailed from Boston, Lincolnshire seeking religious freedom in the 1630s. Annual visits in each direction take place to strengthen the link with our 'cross-atlantic' Unitarian/Universalist Boston 'twin'.


Chairman: Adrian Isaac
Secretary: Ann Morgan
Treasurer: Darren Abbott

Further information

Telephone: Boston (01205) 365 949

Newsletters can be found on the Lincolnshire Group web page


East Midlands email contacts

Webmaster & District Publicity Officer: Howard Wilkins

Now visit some of our other East Midlands Unitarian chapels

East Midland Unitarians
Charnwood Unitarian Fellowship
Hinckley Great Meeting
Leicester Great Meeting
Leicester Unitarian Fellowship
Lincolnshire Group
Kirkstead (Woodhall Spa)