Glasgow Unitarian Church – A home for free thinkers
You would be very welcome to join us at our service any Sunday at 11.00 am.

Who are we?

Unitarians are people of liberal religious outlook who are united by a common search for meaning and truth in life and living.    Watch video

Where are we?

72 Berkeley Street, GLASGOW G3 7DS (Near Charing Cross) Established in 1810 in Glasgow, we are independent but linked through a General Assembly (unitarian.org.uk) to some 200 other Unitarian churches in Britain.

What do we believe?

We have no creed.
We are free thinkers.
Our group is made up of people with different views, beliefs and values.
We celebrate Unity in Diversity - many beliefs, one faith.

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MISSION STATEMENT: This Unitarian church aims to be a tolerant and loving society where people are encouraged to appreciate the wonder and mystery of existence, to study and practise together the values of truth, justice and compassion, and each to work out their own spiritual pathway.