Thank-you for visiting our web-site. We hope it will give you a glimpse of our life at the chapel, and we hope you will discern the spirit of friendship which exists there, and the welcome you will find if you come to any of our events.
Our pretty little chapel was built in 1733. The congregation originates from 1662. The building is listed Grade 2*.
Today, in the 21st century, Unitarians welcome all who wish to find their own way to the mysterious presence called "God" , worshipping with an enquiring mind. This is a church which recognises the deeply personal nature of belief. We would be happy to welcome you at a service: No one will ask you about your beliefs, and a wish for privacy will be respected.
Our services are led by a variety of people, some qualified ministers, some lay people. We welcome their differing views in our search for spiritual, ethical or religious truths. Sometimes we hear wisdom from other religions, philosophies or approaches to life. We never tell people what they must, or must not, believe: we are all pilgrims finding our own ways to truth. Also, we hope that you will find an opportunity in our services for your own quiet reflection on life's problems and delights.