The Price of Life
Time & Location
About the Event
Science broadcaster Dr. Kat Arney draws on stories of creatures as diverse as slime moulds, sponges and bees to reflect on how the origins of the disease many of us fear the most - cancer - lie deep within the biology of all multicellular life on earth.
The service will begin promptly at 11am. Please arrive in good time to be seated before the start of the service. Our Sunday Services are also live-streamed via our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/rosslynhillunitarianchapel
You do not need to register for this service, but we have reduced the number of seats, due to social distancing. We strongly request that you continue to use a face mask, especially when moving around the Chapel and also when seated, if possible.
To protect staff and volunteers, you are invited to make a donation with your booking in advance instead of at the Chapel. If you need to make your donation in cash, we will ask you to post it into the collection box at the end of the service. You can print a Gift Aid declaration out for completion manually here.
The Chapel is a COVID-19 secure venue. We have regular cleaning, a one way system and ventilation. To help us keep secure we request that you sanitise your hands on entry and wear a face mask especially when moving around the Chapel and also when seated, if possible. Due to extra ventilation please wrap up warm!
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 please do not book or attend a Chapel service or event and follow the Government advice. Symptoms of COVID-19 are:
- A high temperature.
- A new cough where you keep on coughing – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more episodes of coughing in a day.
- Losing, or there being a change to, your sense of smell or taste.
NHS Track and Trace - we are no longer required to record data so do not require you to register in advance.