Good News! We resume Chapel Services in person starting Sunday 6th March. These services will be also be live streamed via Zoom.
For updates of our current Sunday services and online gatherings, see Forthcoming Events

. Our service lasts for about an hour. The form is fairly traditional, with hymns, prayers, meditations, readings, a sermon, and, when in chapel, music played on the chapel's fine organ. But the content of the services is varied: we do not recite a creed, and readings are drawn not only from the Bible but from a wide range of other sources: world faiths, science, the arts, the natural world, and everyday living. The sermon is intended to stimulate thought, not to expound an orthodoxy to which all are expected to conform.

Newcomers are always welcome. For anyone who would like to learn more about Unitarianism, there is an information table, a small lending library, and a literature stand stocked with leaflets and journals.

An induction loop system is fitted in the chapel for people who use hearing aids. There are three steps up to the main entrance to the College. An alternative entrance provides wheelchair access. As this entrance is security-coded, we would encourage anyone with mobility problems to contact us in advance: please ring the Secretary on 07990 584078.

Car parking
On-street spaces are very scarce, so we are permitted to use the college car park on Sunday mornings. For directions, please contact the Chapel secretary (

Services of thanksgiving and blessing for babies and young children can be arranged on request.