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Sun, 07 Jul


Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel

Morning Service: What does it mean to be “other”?

With guest speaker: Dr Mairi Blitz

Morning Service: What does it mean to be “other”?
Morning Service: What does it mean to be “other”?

Time & Location

07 Jul 2024, 11:00 – 12:00

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

About the Event

In this service we will examine the idea of inclusivity from the perspective of the person who is “other.” We will try to empathise with the needs of others, who are different to ourselves, recognising that in many day to day interactions there may be an imbalance that we may not be attuned to. We will try to accept that for many, this leaves them constantly feeling like they are never quite fully welcome - for reasons that will be forever impossible to explain. Dr Mairi Blitz has spent her career to date working in different emergency departments across North & East London, proudly caring for  one of the most diverse populations on earth. See below for details of our children's programme, Bright Lights.


Bright Lights children's programme:

This month we are exploring the theme, openness, through fun arts and crafts activities with discussions on how they relate to openness at Rosslyn Hill! Open-Space Collages: design a fun collage for our "Open-Space" wall, considering how it relates to openness: i.e. seeing the bigger picture and exploring new ideas while combining different elements to create a broader perspective!


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.



Can be made as cash or contactless donations during the closing music. You can also donate to the Chapel online. Our collections in July, with the exception of online donations, will be shared with the Good Cause of the Month, FEAST With Us! Feast With Us volunteers cook 4000 meals a month for those experiencing food poverty across 4 North London boroughs. Any Gift Aid claimed by the Chapel will go wholly to support the Chapel.

Photo by Noah Silliman on Unsplash

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