“The Newcastle Unitarian Church welcomes those of all faiths, and those of no faith. We draw strength from the fellowship of our community. We are united in our respect for all creation, willingness to serve the wider community and desire for spiritual growth. We believe that peace, compassion and justice should be the hallmarks of a truly spiritual society, pursued in a spirit of freedom, reason and tolerance.”
Louise Reeve, chairperson of the Newcastle Unitarian Church.
Our next service
Our next service, at 11am on Sunday 23rd September, will be led by Chris Pilkington from Wakefield and will be our Harvest Service. If you are willing and able (there is no expectation), please bring donations of tinned or dried food to be placed at the front of the church hall before the service. They will be given to the People’s Kitchen and West End Foodbank. The service will be followed by the Reading Group, led by Diana Bebby. All are welcome to join us and you don’t have to have done any reading in advance, you can turn up on the day! You may wish to bring a packed lunch.
Note: We are now holding our services in the Turner Hall downstairs, not the main church hall. If you arrive late, just follow the signs downstairs.
We meet every Sunday in our beautiful Art Deco building, The Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place. Our services begin at 11 am, followed by tea, coffee and biscuits. Parking is available at the church. We look forward to meeting you! You can find out more about upcoming services here: Sunday Services.
Please explore our website to find out more about our community, our history and Unitarianism.