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Sun, 17 Sept


Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel

Going to Chapel vs Being a Chapel Community

This morning service is part of Social Action Sunday activities.

Going to Chapel vs Being a Chapel Community
Going to Chapel vs Being a Chapel Community

Time & Location

17 Sept 2023, 11:00 – 12:00

Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, 3 Pilgrim's Pl, London NW3 1NG, UK

About the Event

On this Sunday at the end of summer and beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, we will contemplate social action for Rosslyn Hill Chapel’s upcoming year. What is the role of community engagement in the life of a congregation? What does it mean to be a Chapel community versus simply going to Chapel? The service will be led by the Unitarians' Social Action Officer Ann Howell and Ministry Assistant Adam Slate

After the service, lunch will be available prior to the Congregational Values Workshop beginning at 1.15.

Using hand sanitiser, wearing masks, and maintaining social distance is now a matter of personal choice when you come to our spacious and airy Chapel. For more information, visit our Covid page.

You can also watch online via our YouTube Channel

If you are attending online, you are 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.


Retiring Collection

Can be made as cash or contactless donations at the back of the Chapel. You can also donate to the Chapel online. Our collections in September, with the exception of online donations, will be shared with the Good Cause of the Month, _________________. Any Gift Aid claimed by the Chapel will go wholly to support the Chapel.

Image by Ian Schneider on Unsplash.

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