Sunday Club takes place at the same time as the Sunday service and is open to all young people up to the age of fourteen. It is run by members of the congregation all of whom have been CRB checked.
The young people share the first part of the service with the congregation. They help with the lighting of the chalice and sing the first hymn. After the children's story they leave the Chapel for a time of discussion and activities in the Martineau Hall.
Unitarians do not impose one set of answers on vulnerable minds. We are a nurturing community which aims to encourage our children's spiritual growth. We provide a learning environment in which young people can determine beliefs which are truly their own. Our aim is to help them develop a sense of personal and social responsibility and discover an ethical guide for living.
Our children's programme is designed to build on a child's natural sense of wonder and to channel their impulse to enquire and create. In our time together, the children learn, without prejudice, about other faith tradition as well as Unitarian principles and values, but values which serve as a vehicle to build a community of faith, foster respect and bring our Unitarian principles to life.