Welcome to Brighton Unitarian Church
Have a look at the short film we have made about the Portico Rescue Appeal https://vimeo.com/284934892 and see for yourself the extent of the damage and why we are asking for help.
Snaps on the Steps
If you would like to have one of Tony Tree's images, either of yourself or any of the activities he has photographed in and around the church please let us know. (Email Marion on email@example.com). Tony has very generously agreed to supply copies as required with a donation to be made to the Church Building Appeal Funds. Suggested donation is £5.00.
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!
Friday 21st September Candlelit Peace Vigil (World Peace Day)
Join us for all or part of the night of the 21st September (World Peace Day) in a candlelit vigil to hold the church as a place of peace and contemplation. Unitarians have been witnesses for peace for many generations. The vigil will end with a silent walk to the peace statue at 5 am on 22 September 2018.
This is not a drop-in event so please let us know you will be attending by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the church office 01273 696022
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Coming up at BUC
07th - Stephen Raine
14th - Soul Circus
21st - Sue Mileham, Nicola Grunberg
21st - Candle Lit Peace Vigil
22nd - Sound Connection
22nd - Nick Cope Family Concert
28th - Yoon-Seok Shin
30th - Death Cafe
Read more about the interesting range of events happening at BUC on What's On pages.
Our Unitarian Church offers a person the help and opportunity to develop the faith that is within. Not to find religion, to learn beliefs, or to be given a faith, but to help a person live the faith that is meaningful to him or her.