Faith

Faith - Unitarian church in SheffieldMost Unitarians are happy to acknowledge the movement’s roots in Christian tradition. Some are glad to call themselves free or liberal Christians. Equally, many find it difficult to come to terms with Judeo-Christianity. Among Unitarians you will find people who have Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Humanist, Buddhist, Pagan and Atheist perspectives – as reflected in our varied and diverse congregations.

Unitarianism encompasses a wide variety of beliefs and there is no creed or holy doctrine that Unitarians must follow or believe. Rather we think respect for integrity is preferable to the pressure to conform, and that the final authority for your own personal faith lies within your own personal conscience.

Upcoming Events

  • Upper Chapel is now meeting physically on Sundays and Wednesdays, under appropriate Covid-safe restrictions: Social distancing, masks, no refreshments, no singing, etc. - though we are hopeful these will be lifted in late July. More events
  • Sunday services are in Chapel and, where possible, Zoomed: Services are currently 11am most Sundays but 6.30pm on the third Sunday Contact the Minister (see below) for Zoom joining instructions More events
  • Wednesday Lunchtime openings are in Chapel: 1130-1300 approx. with reflection at 1215 More events
  • Alternative Gathering remains on Zoom: Second and fourth Sundays at 5pm Contact the Minister (see below) for Zoom joining instructions More events
  • Upper Chapel Strollers: Second walk of 2021 on Saturday 10th July More events