Cheltenham & Gloucester Unitarians is 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.
The current pandemic means we are not meeting in-person, but we continue to hold weekly services via Zoom, and have regular online discussion groups and social activities online as well. Our minister, the Reverend Mark Hutchinson, also leads a range of worship activities on Facebook, which you can find out about on our services and events page or via the facebook feed on the right of this page.
Please explore our site to learn more about who we are and what we do.
Members and friends of Cheltenham and Gloucester Unitarians are currently exploring a strategy for the future of the church. As a starting point, we have suggested that our purpose is:
To offer an inclusive community of people exploring their spiritual paths.
To build a sense of oneness with all creation.
To help people be the kind of change they want to see in the world.
In the first few months of 2021, we will be exploring whether these are the right objectives for us, and if they are, how we might go about living up to them. Whether you have been part of Unitarianism for years or are completely new to it, you are welcome to join us as we explore these important issues.