Sunday Service

Our services can be wide ranging in belief, practice and feel, but we seek to include people from all walks of life and experiences.

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We often build upon a Christian-style service with hymns, readings, prayers, and a Reflection, but we draw from many traditions, seeking inspiration from different religions and philosophies. We mark the start of worship with the lighting of a chalice and people are invited to share an event of the past week that has been joyful or challenging.

We seek to provide a space where people can come as they are, without feeling pressured to participate beyond their own level of comfort. We want to be a place where you can come, without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, or any other identity one may hold. After the service you are welcome to join the minister in the library for refreshments.

The Sunday Service has a strong Sunday School (otherwise known as the Rainbow Rebels) programme, we employ three Sunday School facilitators. The children explore poetry, music, and drama. Also, the children are given opportunities to explore social issues and injustices.

Sunday Services are held at 11am

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Sunday Service

Sunday, 14th April at 11:00am

Earth Day Awareness: Our Planet, Our Responsibility

If it can’t be reduced, reused, repaired, rebuilt, refurbished, refinished, resold, recycled, or composted, then it should be restricted, designed, or removed from production.” Pete Seeger

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Upcoming Services

April

Sunday, 14th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Earth Day Awareness: Our Planet, Our Responsibility

If it can’t be reduced, reused, repaired, rebuilt, refurbished, refinished, resold, recycled, or composted, then it should be restricted, designed, or removed from production.” Pete Seeger

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Sunday, 21st
11:00am

Sunday Service

Journey of the Soul: Exploring Life After Death

I intend to live forever. So far, so good. - Steven Wright

What truly constitutes our 'soul,' the essence that many believe continues beyond our physical existence? As living beings, often identified with the acronym 'S.O.S.' or 'Save Our Souls,' what part of our being do we conceptualize as the soul that embarks on a journey beyond death? How do our understandings of the soul shape our perceptions of life, death, eternity, and the possibility of an afterlife?

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Sunday, 28th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Poetry and Spirit: The Language of the Soul

"Poetry must be as new as foam and as old as the rock". - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

May

Sunday, 5th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Beltane Celebration: The Dance of Life and Fertility

Beltane is the bright fire of desire and passion, igniting the soul's yearning for life. It is a time when Earth awakens, and its creatures revel in the joyous dance of creation and renewal.

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Sunday, 12th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Divine Essence in Human Experience: Exploring Our Spiritual Interconnectedness

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Sunday, 19th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Emerson's Insights: Exploring Transcendentalism Today

You think me the child of my circumstances: I make my circumstance. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

Sunday, 26th
11:00am

Sunday Service

Celebrating Liverpool's Unitarian Legacy: A Heritage of Change and Contribution

No native resident of Liverpool has done more to elevate the character of the community, by uniting the successful pursuit of literature and art with the ordinary duties of the citizen and man of business - Sir James Picton about William Roscoe

Taken by: Reverend Philip Waldron

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