We extend a warm welcome to everyone who would like to attend our Sunday Service, and especially to anyone who is visiting or worshipping with us for the first time. We meet most Sundays from 10:30 am to 11:30 am to enjoy readings, music, singing, meditation/prayer, quietness, reflection, peace and encouragement, followed by fellowship over refreshments.
Do drop in if we sound like your cup of tea. You will be made very welcome without too much fuss. You are welcome to come as you are, but if you would like to talk to us about anything before you visit, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Service and Refreshments
Service is followed by further fellowship over refreshments in the Chapel. We serve Algerian Stores Soho Coffees, Twinning Teas and Infusions with nibbles available.
Hymns and Music
Our minister and musical director select the hymns and other music which we enjoy. We have a historic Ed. Westermayer Grand Piano, Clavinova Baby Grand Piano and John Compton Organ, and make regular use of professional singers. We use traditional hymns, Unitarian hymns, and folk music. Songs by Woodie Guthrie and Pete Seegar are popular.
Whatever you believe or don’t believe, everyone is welcome to our Sunday services for worship, spiritual discussion and fellowship.Julian Smith, Minister
Order of Service
Congregational Joys & Concerns Candles
5 Minutes Silent Prayer
Reflection on Readings
It Wasn’t All Bad: 3 x Positive News Stories
Collection for Chapel’s Work
Upcoming special services
In the coming weeks we will hold several special services, please see the links below for details.
Full Remembrance Service: All Saints, All Souls – British and All War Dead
November 13 @ 10:30 am
Join us for our Full Remembrance Service, led by Honorary Minister, Julian Smith. All Welcome.