Hull Unitarian Church is a liberal religious community located at Chamberlain House, Park Street, Hull.
Hull Unitarians believe church is a place where people with diverse understandings of what’s holy and meaningful can come together to learn and grow in a spirit of freedom and responsibility.
We are inspired in our living by the truths of science and reason, the teachings of the world’s many religions, and our own personal experiences.
We are people of many beliefs, cultures, genders, races, sexual orientations, economic backgrounds and physical abilities.
United by our shared values of respect and compassion for all people, we are committed to building a world defined by justice and love for all people.
Meeting together we join in affirming that:
We gather as a caring spiritual community,
To help one another
And to seek meaning and direction in our lives
by exploring the vast reaches of our minds and spirit.
We welcome anyone with an open mind who shares our tolerant and inclusive views, who embraces the freedom of being in a faith community that takes a reasoned approach, without imposing creeds or specific beliefs.
We meet for worship at Chamberlain House every Sunday at 11 am and you are most welcome.
We also have a Friday gathering for fellowship from 10.30 am to noon when we raise funds for charities and there is a lead meditation each Thursday at 2 pm. Contact our minister for further information.
Please click on the links at the top of this page for further information about our community, our work, our life, and our worship.
If you have questions or would like to discuss what we do, please email us at email@example.com or telephone Revd Dr Ralph Catts on 01482 224662
Please also have a look at the Unitarians in Britain website: Unitarians in Britain.
Hull Unitarians are a member congregation of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches.