ABERDEEN UNITARIANS ---------------- CHURCH OF THE OPEN MIND
WELCOME TO THE HOME OF UNITARIANISM IN ABERDEEN AND THE NORTH EAST OF SCOTLAND
43A Skene Terrace, City Centre, ABERDEEN. AB10 1RN
Minister: Rev Caroline Cormack
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If you are new to Unitarianism we'd like to give you a broad introduction to this historic denomination, and if you are already part of the world-wide Unitarian Universalist movement, then we hope that you will feel encouraged to join with us at your convenience.
The Church community belongs to a group of Churches which maintains freedom of thought in religion.
The Congregation is described in its Constitution as a non-subscribing Congregation which means it is a Congregation which deliberately abstains from formulating or insisting upon any creed or statement of belief.
The Services are open and do not necessarily conform to any fixed format.
SCOTTISH UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION (SUA)
The church is a member of this historic Association which was formed by the Scottish churches of the denomination in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow in the early part of the 19th C. (1813) Currently, membership extends to representatives of the above four churches.
The church is a member of the Aberdeen Inter-Faith Group with a presence on the Meetings Steering Group and Interfaith Scotland through the SUA.
INFORMATION FOR PERSONS WITH RESTRICTED ABILITIES ATTENDING THE BUILDING
A hearing loop system is installed in the church
The church does not have its own car parking facility. On-street parking in council designated spaces is FREE to 1pm, just on Sundays. Thereafter, charges vary from 1GBP per 20mins on-street, and 1GBP per hour in the likes of the Denburn Car Park and 2GBP per 2 hrs min in the Chapel Street Car Park. These are a few minutes walk from the church.
Please be advised that, at present, due to the close proximity of the church entrance to the steeply inclined Skene Terrace, wheelchair access is problematical but not impossible with advance notice.
SITE UPDATED: 20.03.2017