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“In colours bright and essence sweet,
Like flowers we bloom when we meet.
O, Source of Life, our song we raise,
This beauty fills our hearts with praise.” Lisa Doege
Join us for our annual flower celebration. Please bring a flower that represents you and the gifts you bring to our community, and receive a different flower to take home with you.
Led by Laura Dobson. All welcome.
Join us to listen to some of the beautiful music composed by St Hildegard von Bingen, hear the English translation of her lyrics and enjoy plenty of meditative silence. Come and be bathed in beauty.
Charles Dickens is one of the best-loved writers in the English speaking world. His Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, and A Christmas Carol, are all perennial favourites. Born an Anglican, he always had a deep sympathy for the poor and down-trodden, and favoured a simple “social” gospel of helping those less fortunate than himself. Theological controversy and Evangelicalism did not interest him, and he became involved in the Unitarian movement, often attending chapels and churches both here and in the USA, and meeting such well-known figures as William Ellery Channing and Ralph Waldo Emerson. He displayed a keen understanding of human psychology, and “A Christmas Carol”, ostensibly a story of a selfish man who converts to true religious feeling – a popular theme at the time – can also be read as a struggle within Scrooge’s own mind, where his higher self prompts him to change his ways.
Led by Mike Rutter. All welcome.
Immerse yourself in the healing sound vibrations of crystal and Tibetan singing bowls. Enjoy this unique experience to relax your body and mind, lift your spirits and recharge your energy centres.
Please bring something to lie on (e.g. yoga mat) and something to wrap yourself in (e.g. blanket).
Join us for Spring-time reflections on harmony, abundance and healing our relationship with the earth
Led by Laura Dobson
Join us for a tranquil Tuesday evening meditation with sacred Sanskrit chants for healing and peace.
No previous experience of chanting or meditation required.
Led by Kath Fitzgibbon. All welcome.
A simple question to torment you in the early hours – who has sent the wind?
We will be exploring the theme of the silence and the storm in a service led by Tom Grimshaw.
Another question is voiced in this short prayer – who could do better than to be a singer on the high wind swept hills of life, bringing songs to the soul, songs full of loveliness and hope for all people?
Join us for an uplifting evening of simple song chants from a variety of world traditions interspersed with periods of meditative silence. No experience of singing or meditation required. The acoustics in the space are simply wonderful. All welcome to join in or just to listen and soak up the relaxing atmosphere. Please feel free to bring simple song chants to share with the group. All welcome.
“Knowing our place” was the title of the anniversary service sermon at the annual meetings of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, which took place just before Easter. In the sermon Rev. Maria Curtis shared the work of Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone in their book, Active Hope - three stories of our time are “Business as usual”, “the Great Unravelling” and “the Great Turning”. Which story do we want to put our energy behind?
Join us as Laura Dobson shares highlights of the worship and reflections on the gathering. All welcome.