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Sun, 23 Jun

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Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel

Morning Service: Spirit Qualities: Robert Wedderburn’s Unitarianism for Today

With guest speaker Rev Colin Bossen

Morning Service: Spirit Qualities: Robert Wedderburn’s Unitarianism for Today
Morning Service: Spirit Qualities: Robert Wedderburn’s Unitarianism for Today

Time & Location

23 Jun 2024, 11:00 – 12:00

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

About the Event

Robert Wedderburn was the first Black Unitarian minister. An abolitionist and political radical, he combined Christianity and the Afro-Caribbean tradition of Obeah to create a unique form of Unitarianism. His approach of blending traditions to produce new kinds of spirit filled practices has much to offer Unitarianism today. Our guest speaker, Rev Colin Bossen, is the Senior Minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston. See below for details of our children's programme, Bright Lights.

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Bright Lights children's programme:

Blank Canvas Art: Today we are finishing off with a blank canvas activity! Today, we are exploring renewal, or new beginnings, through a literal ‘blank canvas’ for you to create anything you want! This activity encourages you to explore your creativity while exploring the symbolism of new beginnings.

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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.

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Collection

Can be made as cash or contactless donations during the closing music. You can also donate to the Chapel online. Our collections in June, with the exception of online donations, will be shared with the Good Cause of the Month, Liberty Choir! Any Gift Aid claimed by the Chapel will go wholly to support the Chapel.

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