Our Church

Services are 11am each Sunday

Sunday services offer an opportunity to reconnect with our deepest values and that which is sacred to us. They are conducted by our Minister Rev Kate Whyman, visiting ministers and lay people. Though services vary in style, most include music and singing, time for prayer and meditation, readings (chosen from a wide range of sources) and an address.

The first Sunday of each month is an 'intergenerational' service, which means that adults and children of all ages are particularly welcome to attend. These services include more singing, storytelling and other activities to inspire people across the generations.


1st: Rev Kate Whyman - Intergenerational cafe-style service on 'Openness', including welcome of new members

8th: Edgar D M Mihas - 'What can acts of charity tell about us?'

15th: Rev Kate Whyman - 'On being a guest house'

22nd: Kay Millard, from Bath Unitarians - theme tbc

29th: Congregational Service - on theme of 'Openness'. Followed by congregational meeting. Our Church