We do have special events from time to time, so keep looking at this page for updates.

Any time the Chapel gates are open, people are welcome to come in and enjoy the gardens and see inside our beautiful Chapel.

Sunday 20th September As part of the Harvest Celebration Service, there will be a dedication of the new Memorial garden

Saturday 12th September Heritage Day. The Chapel will be open from 10am until 4pm. There will be displays on the history of the Chapel and the chapel gardens and burial ground will be open to visitors. Refreshments will be available.

Saturday 18th July 12 ..... YMCA and Room at the Inn held a well attended summer Fair in the chapel gardens. Please continue to support this very worthwhile cause

4th July Cairo Street Unitarians took part in Warrington Walking Day and afterwards, we had a picnic in the Chapel gardens together with the Warrington Quakers (pictures to follow).
Dexter's big day

A big day for a little boy. Dexter Beau Harper was brought to Cairo Street chapel on 3rd May for his baptism, accompanied by lots of friends and relations, young and old(er). Pictures are of Dexter with his parents and also with his godparents. The ceremony was officiated by David Meecham. (click image to enlarge.)

A very special and successful event was held on the 25th of April as a fund raiser for 'Syria Relief' with musicians/singers/dancers performing a wide selection of music, from Jimi Hendrix to Vivaldi, special foods were available in our grounds (click image to enlarge.)

Pictured after her last service at Cairo Street is Rev Lynne Readett, she received a beautiful bouquet of flowers from the congregation this was followed by an impromptu buffet with wine! Lynne will now enjoy a well earned retirement

Our classic concert on the 29th of November was a fantastic success, the photograph shows chapel member and concert organiser Zubia Hawcroft with the performers at the conclusion of the concert.

Oliver King from our Sunday school joined the Junior weekender's at The Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow, pictured on their return from a field trip to learn basic survival techniques and shelter building, Bear Grylls look out!

After the Academy Service on the 21st of September, which focused on the life and work of Frederick Monks, the Rev Lynne Readett, the Monks family and the Deputy Mayor Geoff Settle laid flowers on the grave of Frederick Monks.

We joined with our Quaker friends for the annual Warrington walking day afterwards we enjoyed a shared lunch at Cairo Street

A proud day for Rev Shammy Webster (pictured with members of the congregation) as she graduated from Unitarian College in Manchester, congratulations! Shammy took her pastorate at Cairo street and is much respected, we wish her well in her ministry at Rochdale Church.


Children from our chapel with 'Wolfie' the Warrington Rugby league mascot, this was taken after the service of welcome for the Samoan Rugby League team at the Halliwell Jones stadium.