Richard Price and the rights of the people

Richard Price, 18th century minister at our Newington Green chapel, spoke for the rights of the people over the power of monarchs. His support of the French and American revolutions won him many enemies. His work helped to create a more just world.

Mary Wollstonecraft and Feminism

Mary Wollstonecraft attended the Newington Green chapel in the 18th century She made a powerful case for liberating women and lived out her theories. Reviled by many contemporaries, today she is considered a feminist pioneer. 

Marriage Equality

In 2008, New Unity became the first religious establishment in Britain to refuse to carry out any weddings at all until all couples have equal marriage rights. We are proud of our role in helping to propel a national movement toward full marriage equality.

Refugee Crisis

New Unity works with Citizens UK to enable refugees to settle in Britain and to help them become settled and integrated in London.


The Unity Project

The Unity Project opens its doors for the first time on Tuesday 30th May, 2017 at New Unity's Upper Street, Islington location. Then, and every Tuesday afternoon thereafter, this centre will provide legal casework assistance and other support to indigent migrants.  If you'd like to help or have questions, please click visit The Unity Project's dedicated website.

Living Wage

New Unity is an accredited Living Wage Employer, paying no employee or contractor less than the Living Wage as set annually by The Living Wage Foundation. Working with Citizens UK, we work to encourage more employers to take this important step toward fair compensation for all workers.

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Rogue Landlords

Working with Citizens UK. we are pressing for more robust enforcement against 'rogue' landlords who fail to care adequately for their properties and abuse their tenants.

Supporting local charities

New Unity donates all Sunday collections to local charities. Each month, another worthy effort is supported by the generosity of New Unity attendees.  Many thousands of pounds have gone to propel justice and support work for women, refugees, homeless, and much more.