Saturday 31st October 7 – 8.15pm – Unitarian Earth Spirit Network Samhain Celebration (Zoom only)

You are warmly invited to our celebration of Samhain, Celtic festival of death and rebirth. We will celebrate with words, music and meditation, and we will break into small groups to discuss people from the past who have inspired us. Please feel free to bring a memento of an ancestor of blood, place or spirit (a family member or someone who has been inspirational to you) to share with the group.

Meeting ID: 934 7178 4293
Passcode: 129447 

 

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Sunday 11th October, 10.30 – 11:30 am: Sunday Gathering Anniversary Service (in church and on Zoom)

“The flame of truth is kindled, our chalice burning bright; amongst us moves the Spirit in whom we take delight.
We worship here in freedom with conscience unconstrained, a pilgrim people thankful for what great souls have gained.
The flame of love is kindled, we open wide our hearts, that it may burn within us, fuel us to do our parts.
Community needs building, a Commonwealth of Earth, we ask for strength to build it – a new world come to birth.”
Cliff Reed

Join us to celebrate the 129th anniversary of the founding of the Chorlton Unitarians community. Led by Laura Dobson. All welcome. Please email admin@chorltonunitarians.org for the Zoom meeting details or to book your place in church.

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Wednesday 7th October 7 – 8.15 pm Heart and Soul (Zoom only)

Heart and Soul is a contemplative spiritual gathering in which you can take time to reflect on life in the company of others. Each session follows a regular pattern, including readings and music, time for guided prayers of gratitude, compassion for others, self-reflection, and silent meditation. Led by Laura Dobson. This week’s theme is ‘Wild Things.’ All welcome. Please email minister@chorltonunitarians.org for the Zoom meeting details.

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Sunday 4 October, 10.30 – 11.30 am: On Houses (in church and on Zoom)

Written during lockdown, Tom Grimshaw’s theme arises from these words of Khalil Gibran, ‘You are not enclosed within your bodies, nor confined to houses or fields. That which is you dwells above the mountain and roves with the wind.’ Join us in the church or on Zoom to consider this.
All welcome. Please contact minister@chorltonunitarians.org for the Zoom meeting details or to book your place in church.

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