Blackpool South Shore
Unitarian Church


Unitarians never tell anyone else what to believe or what not to believe. Our approach to religion is different to that of all other faiths and denominations. We have no fixed statement of beliefs or creed to which you have to agree in order to be accepted. Indeed, we welcome all other faiths and denominations. Those of no particular faith or those who simply prefer not to be labelled at all are also welcome.

"The Unitarians are a community of people who take their religion, or their spirituality, liberally. That is to say, we hold that all people have the right to believe what their own life-experience tells them is true; what the prompting of their own conscience tells them is right. We say that each person's spiritual or intuitive experience deserves respect; that everyone's deep reflection and reasoning on religious and ethical questions should be taken seriously. Unitarians form a movement that tries to put these affirmations into practice. Our local religious communities offer a setting where people can worship, explore, and share faith together in an atmosphere of freedom and mutual respect."

Minister Emeritus Rev Cliff Reed, "Unitarian, What's That?"