Think of yourself as spiritual but not necessarily religious?
Chorlton Unitarians are a community of “spiritual explorers” – we come together to seek truth, meaning, love and deep connection.
We have no creed and believe everyone has the right to seek the truth for themselves, using reason and experience, in dialogue with others.
We share wisdom from a variety of spiritual traditions, welcoming people of all faiths and none.
We share values based on the oneness of humanity and engage in liberal social action.
We are an inclusive and diverse community, welcoming LGBT+
We meet every Sunday at 10.30 am at Chorlton Unitarian Church, on Wilbraham Road, M21 9LB.
Our gatherings usually last for around an hour. Afterwards, we enjoy a chat over coffee, tea and biscuits.
Sunday gatherings usually include several songs, readings, one or two periods of prayer/reflection and meditation, music, and an address from the leader. Please see our news page for details of this week’s theme. We take a collection, but there is no obligation to donate.
We also have a programme of alternative spiritual gatherings on Tuesday and Friday evenings, including a variety of meditations, a monthly gathering to share our favourite words and music, a monthly Taize-style gathering, and an Earth Spirit Circle who meet eight times a year to celebrate the wheel of the year. Please see our news page or our Meetup group for details of our events.
To watch a Sunday gathering at Chorlton Unitarians please click here – recorded on Sunday 30 October 2016 by UKUnitarianTV