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About the Event
Join us in a safe and welcoming space to discuss end of life matters and break the taboo of speaking about death, over tea and cake. The return of the Death Café provides an opportunity to consider an emotive subject amongst understanding friends. Many feel a deep connection at these gatherings.
Please note: This is not bereavement counselling. Please visit the Death Cafe website for more information on how death cafes are run: https://deathcafe.com/what/
Note: This event may change to be online only. Please check our website before travelling to the Chapel.
The Board of Trustees at Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel are determined to keep our community as safe as possible. As the Omicron variant becomes more prevalent, there is a high probability that guests could be infectious without realising. To reduce the possibility of transmission all attendees must complete a registration form and agree to additional precautions in place for this event. Please only proceed to register if you can confirm all of the below:
- You agree to take a lateral flow test on the day and only attend if it is negative
- You agree to wear a mask at all times inside the Chapel
- You agree to let the Chapel office know if you are not attending so they can offer your place to someone else
- You have been vaccinated
You can also watch online via our YouTube Channel.
You are also invited to join us afterwards for a virtual social gathering, Virtual Side Aisle, at noon via Zoom. Details and the Zoom link are on our weekly update email. You can also find the Zoom link on YouTube – in the Service description, under the video. Click the Connect link and it will take you to Zoom.
In order to keep our staff and volunteers safe, you are invited to make a donation online. If you need to make your donation in person, please use the contactless card reader. Cash donations can be placed in the basket. Thank you for the many ways you support our Chapel community!