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BELIEVE IN GOD?
(WE'RE NOT SURE EITHER)
“More dangerous than an unanswered question is an unquestioned answer.”
Throughout the world there remain scattered all kinds of people, ideas, visions, remembrances, things and places to whom and to which we can go to question, listen and resonate with.
SCEPTICAL, ENQUIRING, THOUGHTFUL
We have no prescribed texts or doctrine and draw inspiration from the views of all of our community. We are radically inclusive. Everyone of good-will is welcome, regardless of their life choices or beliefs.
STOP FIGHTING ABOUT WHO CREATED THE WORLD (START FIGHTING TO SAVE IT)
“The Earth is what we all have in common.” We believe in providing a space that inspires discussion of important issues with people of various backgrounds, views and opinions.
CONNECT SHARE WONDER
(AND EAT CAKE)
Where people sing, hear inspiring talks, and enjoy each other’s company. Life is short, brilliant, sometimes tough - we’re building an inclusive community for people of all faiths and none.
#FREETHOUGHT
We strive to provide a thoughtful, inspiring and welcoming space where people can enjoy each other’s company and discover more about life and community.

The new, post pandemic, Sunday Morning Service of Mindfulness Meditation (simultaneously streamed live on Zoom) starts on Sunday October 3rd 2021. It starts at 10.30am promptly, the led mindful meditation itself (lasts 30 minutes) starts at approximately 10.40/10.45am and the whole service finishes at approximately 11.40am. To see the order of service for this please go to the MORNING SERVICE page of this website. In these peri-pandemic time please continue to bring and wear a mask.  

We also hold throughout the year a number of bi/weekly Wednesday Evening Zoom Conversations. For more details please visit the NEWSLETTER page or the CONVERSATIONS page of this website.

 

A REPRESENTATIVE RECORDING OF THE SERVICE OF MINDFUL MEDITATION CAN BE HEARD AT THIS LINK.

 

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This church is the home of a modern, progressive, free-thinking and free-religious community. We seek to offer people committed to the well-being of a secular, scientifically literate and democratic society, ways by which they may continue intelligently to engage with that society’s liberal Christian, radical Enlightenment, religious-naturalist and humanist heritage, as well as with other, non-Christian religious and philosophical traditions, which have contributed so much of worth and value to our modern, cosmopolitan culture.

We seek to do this by offering people opportunities for personal, intellectual and spiritual growth within a supportive, conversational community that attempts always to be kindly, lively, open-minded and truthful.

Here there is only one orthodoxy, namely, a love of truth that is a sincere desire to understand how the world is and our place in it.