Since covid, we have decided to hold one service a month. on the third Sunday of each month at 11.00am.

Reopening of the
Chorley Unitarian Chapel
following closure during the Covid pandemic

As we move into the post pandemic world, the members of Chorley Unitarian Chapel invite you to once again attend services in our Chapel. These will take place in the Chapel, half way along Park Street. Our services will be once a month, at 11.0am on the third Sunday of each month.

Worship is usually about 45 minutes and is open to all, regardless of religious background. We do in fact welcome all faiths into our worship and are grateful for a variety of religious perspectives. Our roots are in Christianity and many of us use The Bible, but we have a respect for, and value, readings from a wide variety of sources. We have our own hymns but other musical material is regularly used in our worship.

Just as the Quakers are known for their involvement in social issues and the condemnation of war, with peace and reconciliation, so also the Unitarians have a strong social conscience. We encourage inter-faith activities and resolution of conflict through peaceful endeavour. We try to achieve results by living our faith and collaborating with others in this competitive world where commerce and consumerism often take precedence over true human values.

If you wish to know more about the Chorley Unitarians please visit us and pick up our newsletter. John Hewerdine 01257 269502

or contact our Chapel Secretary: Sylvia Merrick: