Programmes, activities, and events provide essential opportunities for spiritual growth and exploration. They also offer opportunities for connection, for education, and simply for having fun together.
It is in small groups that we have the opportunity to interact with one another in ways that allow us to recognise and examine our own assumptions and perspectives in the light of the diverse views around us.
Unless otherwise indicated, everyone is welcome at all events, activities, and programmes - most of these events are run free of charge (or for a small donation), but do click through to the event's own page for further details. Please confirm the event before travelling!
Navadina means 'new day' in Sanskrit, and Navadina is a new singing group for the larger community. Meeting every Thursday evening 7:30-9:00 pm at Unity, Navadina provides a place for every voice to join together to make music together. Navadina sings music that is eclectic and provocative. This member-supported singing group is looking for your voice!
An Engagement Group is a group of 8-12 people who agree to meet two times each month in self-led sessions. Engagement groups provide a means to find closeness in the context of a larger community and offer much more - they create safe spaces in which we can share our journeys together and offer support to one another.
Meeting at Unity on the third Tuesday of each month. The purpose of this group will be to discuss the particular needs and interests of elders within the New Unity community, to enjoy fellowship and to explore ways that New Unity could better meet the needs of people who fall within this particular age range. Lunch will be provided.
Historic Pub Crawl - Raising Funds for DEC Philippines Disaster Relief Fund
An interfaith and Humanist contemplative gathering that allows us to name our sorrow and find comfort. There will be candles, music, words, and ample times for stillness. The service will be followed by a simple shared meal. All are welcome! Free. 16 December, 18:30-20:30 at Newington Green.The Alternative Christmas Kid's Service
A candlelit Christmas service with all the festive glow and none of the religion. For families who want Christmas to be more than presents, but aren't so sure that a saviour was born. Come celebrate the human story in our radically inclusive community of faith. Expect songs & carols, readings, a kid-friendly message of hope from our atheist minister & plenty of festive fun. Followed by mulled wine for grown ups and mince pies for all. 15:30, 22 December, at Newington Green.
Alexander Technique Taster in Aid of DEC Appeal