Our Beliefs and Services

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Ceremonies

Weddings, Blessings, Memorials, etc.

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Hall Hire

Details and Timetable

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Attendance During Second Lockdown

We remain open for private prayer each Sunday accompanied by live readings and live music between 10:30am and 11:30pm for those not above 60 years of age travelling-in by public transport, and by Zoom for these and others unable to join us. But an advance booking and confirmation need to be obtained via: minister@brixtonunitarians.org

Welcome

Welcome to Effra Road Chapel, the spiritual home of Brixton’s freethinkers since 1839.

Our Unitarian theology / spirituality is: liberal Christian; multi-faith; humanist; inclusive; ever evolving; and embracing of those of all faiths and none.

Sunday Service: We meet most Sundays at 10:30am to 11:30am to enjoy readings, music, singing, meditation / prayer, quietness, reflection, peace and encouragement, followed by fellowship over refreshments. Refreshments are also served before the service. Do drop-in if we sound like your cup of tea. You will be made very welcome without too much fuss.

We also provide:

Ministry, supplying professional spiritual leadership and pastoral support to us and the wider community.

Ceremonies: Christenings / namings, weddings, blessings, funeral and memorial services

Same-sex weddings. Unitarians were the first religious group to conduct same-sex weddings in the UK, and we remain pioneers in this area, our chapel being the first and still only place of worship in Brixton to be so registered.

Other communuty support, the hall for example being home to several groups, including Brixton Legal Centre run by our honorary minister who is also a barrister.

Sunday Service
10.30 - 11.30

Doors open from 10am

We welcome people of all faiths and none

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News and Views

17th November 2020

A Week Before Full Remembrance: Still Open & By Zoom

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Dear Friends Greetings from a very quiet day here, even for the usually quiet backstreets of Waterloo. Our friend Jodie’s […]

29th June 2020

Brixton Reopening so far, on 4th July, and thereafter God willing …

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Churches have had a relatively good idea for some time of what reopening might involve and look like. So quite […]

14th June 2020

Reopening Beginning Sunday 20th June 10:30am to 12 Noon.

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BOOKING REQUIRED Dear All I hope this finds you and yours well.  I’m sorry to report that one of our […]

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