Our place of worship

Unitarian Old Meeting House
Ashford Road
TN30 6LL

UNITARIANS have a different approach to religion to that of all other faiths and denominations.

We do not preach creeds and doctrines because we feel every person has the right to form their own opinions in matters of religious belief.

We derive inspiration from all forms of human experience; art, nature, history and literature, scientific discovery and space investigation, as well as from the insights and precepts of ancient and traditional scriptures from around the world.

Our heritage dates back many centuries, and yet we have a faith that guides and supports us in this era of rapid change.

We hold that all religious belief should be acceptable to intelligent reasoning, and we seek to enlarge and deepen our personal faith in a spirit of free enquiry, and with tolerance and understanding of other peoples views.

Though Unitarian is not a well-known name, there have been many famous and thoughtful Unitarian men and women who have been leaders in science, medicine, education, humanitarian progress, and world harmony.

If you would like to worship in a free atmosphere, or join with others who seek religious development in a friendly and open fellowship, you are most welcome to try any of our services or meetings.

A painting by David Embry A painting by David Embry depicting the time when Revd Joseph Priestley preached at Tenterden Old Meeting House. Benjamin Franklin is in the congregation just behind Priestley.