Welcome to Brighton Unitarian Church - a sacred space in the heart of Brighton
Our Sunday Services reflect our open mindedness about the nature of existence and the power of spirit. We do pray but we also meditate and reflect on the generosity of the Universe and the beauty of the world we live in. We fight for social justice and share our views of equality and inclusivity openly, ready to speak up for our neighbours and comfort our family and friends.
Our Church is not a sombre place to sit and worship a judgemental God, but a peaceful and safe, quiet and relaxing space where you can listen to your own higher self and meet your own God of all.
The church is open during the week as well. It is open throughout the day for quiet reflection on Mondays and Thursdays, and if you have the time on a Friday lunchtime come and enjoy one of our fundraising concerts performed by classical and contemporary musicians both locally known and nationally renowned. We open our doors at 12pm for refreshments and the concerts begin at 12.30pm. Tickets are on the door with a suggested donation of £4 and the music lasts for about 45 minutes, but stays in the soul for days.
All proceeds from the concerts help us maintain this wonderful sacred space in the heart of Brighton. Thank you to everyone who joins us on a Friday and contributes to the spirit of the community here.
Festival of Unitarians in the South East - FUSE!
Every year Unitarians in the South East, from London, Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Hampshire and much further afield, gather together to share ideas, get inspired and spread some peace and joy. In 2020 we will be gathering in Worthing at the Chatsworth Hotel on the Old Steine, for a weekend in February.
This year the theme will be 'Working From Within', and there will be workshops, social activities and spiritual practices to nourish the mind, body and soul.
Our four workshop themes are: Community, Spirituality, Social Action and Creativity.
The Keynote Speaker in 2020 will be Rev Philip Roderick, who is the Founder of the Quiet Gardens Movement and will be sharing his Seven Step process: space, time, intention, attention, focus, insight and gratitude. This Power Pause enables and releases insight, intuition and practical wisdom.
Other workshops will explore Extinction Rebellion, Prayer, the Harmony of Science and Spirituality, and there will be the usual sessions of yoga, meditation and morning worship.
For more information please visit www.ldpaunitarians.org/fuse
You can also have a sneak peak here in this video:
Our Sunday Services.
Read the latest church news in our
Coming up at BUC
18th - Shereen Godbar & Stuart Deeks
19th - Danceitation
25th - Joss Peach
26th - Sussex Musicians' Club
01st - ivan Hovorun
08th - Matthew Sear
15th - LIps Quintet
22nd - Joe Ward
29th - Olive Murray
Read more about the interesting range of events happening here in our
What's On pages.
Friday Lunchtime Concerts.
Every Friday lunchtime (except in August) we present a concert from a variety of genres including classical and contemporary music. Read the concert programme to find the music you'd enjoy!
12.30pm on Fridays, tickets on the door. Admission via donation.
Suggested donation of £4.
Heart and Soul is a regular, more relaxed opportunity to come together and contemplate in conversation and in silence. Check for dates for Thursday evening gatherings at 7pm.
To learn more about Unitarians and what we may or may not believe in please watch this short video.
Brighton Unitarian is a wonderful space for live music and we are very proud of the local artists who perform here and love the venue.
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