Unitarians explore the meaning of life and encourage freedom of thought by giving respect to all religions and philosophies

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Cheltenham & Gloucester Unitarians are a community that exists to celebrate and explore the meaning of life and encourage freedom of thought by giving respect to all religions and philosophies. Everyone is welcome to join us irrespective of gender,  faith, ethnicity or sexuality.

We meet at Bayshill Unitarian Church, in the centre of Cheltenham, in what used to be our Church Hall, behind the original church building. Our services are held in Cheltenham every Sunday at 11.00 am, led by members of our congregation, or by visiting worship leaders. We also meet quarterly in Gloucester, at Park Street Mission, just off Gouda Way.

Please explore our site to learn more about who we are and what we do. Feel free to ask any questions via our Get In Touch page.

 

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This morning Alison Thursfield leads our service exploring sources of religious authority. Join us at 11.

Oh my heart, oh my liver. That's as close as we usually get to an organ recital but not so this morning in a service led by Ant Howe at 11

Cressida Pryor at 11 this morn on perspectives. Where 2 or 3 Unitarians are gathered together, there are at least 7 opinions.