Forthcoming Events


We continue our experimenting with our Oxford Unitarian services presented ONLINE using ZOOM
To join our online services, ahead of time, EMAIL: for an invitation with your link to the online service.

SUNDAY 3 MAY at 11am: Our online service will be led by our Student Minister, MICHAEL ALLURED. His theme - REFLECTIONS ON HUMILITY, ANGER, AND GRACE, is from thoughts sparked by a book he has been reading during the Covid-19 lockdown.

SUNDAY 10 MAY at 11am: Our online service, via Zoom, will be led by chapel member JUDITH FANTOZZI. Her service, entitled AFTER THE RAINS, is based on a verse in the Song of Solomon.

SUNDAY 17 MAY N.B. Now rescheduled for 7pm owing to a global outage of ZOOM: Our online service will be led by chapel member STEVE HODGES. Entitled HAVE WE LEARNED ANYTHING?, it will include texts by Rudyard Kipling, and others, and will end with a video of 'You Can't Steal My Shine', performed by the Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band.

SUNDAY 24 MAY at 11 am: Interfaith minster Revd. JENNY MILLER, friend of the Godalming Unitarian congregation, will lead our online service on the bicentenary of the birth of FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE (born and raised in a Unitarian family).

Sunday 31 May: Revd Marcus Braybrooke (retired Anglican minister, President of the World Congress of Faiths)

As we go forward, more information will be provided here, on our Facebook page, and in the weekly email.

For weekly updates, visit Oxford Unitarians on Facebook.

Audio-recordings of extracts from recent Oxford Unitarian services, as well as any video-recordings can be accessed from the Recent Sermons link. The audio files can also be downloaded.