Forthcoming Events


Sunday 5 March: Elargissez Dieu! Dr Kate Tunstall (Worcester College), an authority on the philosophy of Denis Diderot, will explore the significance of the words inscribed in the stained-glass windows on the north wall of our chapel.

Sunday 15 March Verity is the title of today's service, led by Unitarian lay preacher Val Worthington. Afterwards: lunch at the University Club to discuss the sermon. All welcome; please bring sandwiches.

Sunday 19 March: What Holds Us Together? asks Revd Anthony Howe, the Minister of Kingswood Unitarian chapel in Worcestershire. After the service: a congregational meeting to discuss the main motions tabled for debate at the national Unitarian conference in April. Please bring sandwiches.

Thursday 23 March: Our Heart and Mind Discussion Group meets at 7 pm. Venue and topic to be announced nearer the time.

Sunday 26 March: On Agreeing (But Not Quite) with Adam Gopnik's Liberal Credo. Revd Frank Walker (retired Unitarian minister) engages with the ideas of a controversial New Yorker. Afterwards: Chapel Walkers ramble. All welcome; bring sandwiches and a poem to read.

Sunday 2 April: William Ellery Channing and the Unitarian Anti-Slavery Debate in America. Dr Howard Oliver continues his exploration of Unitarian involvement in the anti-slavery movement.

Sunday 9 April: The Truth About The Way Things Are is the title of today's service, led by Peggy Morgan (Lecturer in the Study of Religions, Mansfield College). Afterwards: lunch at the University Club to discuss the sermon. All welcome; please bring sandwiches.

Sunday 16 April: Nutcrackers. An invitation from Judith Fantozzi (a member of our congregation): John Bunyan in Pilgrims Progress and Dante Alighieri in The Inferno employ dramatic imagery to depict similar predicaments. Lets crack open the shells and see whats inside.

Sunday 23 April: After Easter The Work Begins. Tristan Jovanovic (Kensington Unitarian Church) considers Jesus, the resurrection story, and why and how Christianity can still be central in 21st-century Unitarianism. After the service: a congregational meeting to hear a report from the annual meeting of the General Assembly. 12.45 to 2.15 pm. Please bring sandwiches.

Sunday 30 April:The Wisdom of the Brahmo Samaj and Liberal Hinduism. Revd Kate Dean (Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel) presents the life of Raja Rammohan Roy, the founder of a progressive socio-religious group with historic links to Unitarianism.