Welcome to Brighton Unitarian Church
Our Sunday Services.
Read the latest church news in our monthly
Coming up at BUC
20th - Kathy and Edwin Pitt
21st - Sue Berry Heritage Lecture
21st - Callaghan & Jesse Terry
27th - Nick Andrews & Matthew Wood
27th Hungarian Chamber Choir
28th - Sussex Musicians
03rd - Sarah Blasko
04th - Madelaine Jones
04th - Philippe Guyard Saxophone Quartet
05th & 25th - Rachel de Cock, Chasing Rabbits
06th - Brighton Unitarian Festival Service
07th - Banners for Brighton
11th - Jessica Summers & Jelena Makarova
11th & 26th The Stories of the Sword Second Stab
12th - Yoga for All
12th - Jean Angliviel
13th & 14th - Farnham Maltings - Caravan
18th - No lunchtime concert.
16th - Sing for Better Health
17th, 18th & 19th - The Great Escape
23rd - Stabat Mater
23rd - If I Catch Alphonso, Tonight!
25th - Michael Leach
27th - Music for Meditation
31st - John Bruzon
31st - Sophia Bartlette - Of Heart & Homeland
01st - Symphony of a City
03rd - Singing Salon
Read more about the interesting range of events happening at BUC on What's On pages.
Do join us for our varied weekly
Friday Lunchtime Concerts.
12.30 pm on Fridays. Just £3.50 on the door.
Read the concert program to find
the music you'd enjoy!
A very enthusiastic audience listened to our guest lecturer, Dr Geoffrey Mead on Saturday, 7th April.
Geoffrey gave a revealing insight into the history of Brighton Unitarian and the Cultural Quarter of Brighton.
Our next lecture in this series is on Saturday 21st April. Dr Sue Berry - "Amon and Amon Henry Wilds - architects and builders of places of worship and other buildings in Brighton".
Snaps on the Steps
This is a series of photographs taken by Tony Tree, a Brighton based photographer, to be displayed on the hoarding now covering the front of the building. Over the past year Tony has documented the richness and celebrated the diversity of the life of Brighton Unitarian Church and in New Road, a vibrant and colourful city thoroughfare.
The series of images, taken in a range of settings, some personal, some in very public places, pull together one incredibly big cultural mix. It is the very essence of Brighton and Hove. www.tonytree.photography
Quiet Reflection Circle
On the second Thursday of each month we gather for candle lighting and quiet reflection. Starting at 7pm and lasting no longer than an hour there will be a short reading, time for candle- lighting, stillness and a few simple closing words.
If you’ve been having a busy week, and could do with some stillness, do come along. If you’re looking for a time and place to reconnect with your spirit, do come along. If you’d just like to sit quietly in a sacred place, please do come along.
All are welcome!
Our venue: for information about public events and how to hiring the venue.
Brighton Unitarian is a beautiful, intimate space with great acoustics used on a daily basis as a music and arts venue.
Choose a wedding, child naming ceremony or a commemoration to suit you