Sunday 27 November – So great a mystery

“We gaze up at the same stars; the sky covers us all; the same universe encompasses us. Does it matter what practical system we adopt in our search for the Truth? The heart of so great a mystery cannot ever be reached by following one road only.” (A quotation from Quintus Aurelius Symmachus, 345 – 402 CE, a Roman Senator who was a Pagan at a time when Christianity was rapidly becoming the official religion.) Possibly today he would have been a Unitarian! Come and share our (differing) views on the Divine Mystery.

Led by Mike Rutter.  Starts 10.30 am.  All welcome.