Music @ Mill Hill
To celebrate the European Day of Early Music 2018 we are pleased to welcome Jon Erik Schelander who will perform ‘The Songs of the Troubadours’! Tickets are now available from Eventbrite
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Reading The Spirit
Every last Tuesday of the month, 19:00
‘Reading the spirit’ a book group – deepening our faith by investigating our sources; we decide a chapter, short book or long poem on the first Sunday of the month and then meet at Chapel on the last Tuesday of the month (omitting August and December) to discuss and explore what we’ve read in considerate and respectful debate. With cake. Any-one is welcome to join us on a journey of discovery. Authors we ‘ll be looking at include JL Borges, Sara Maitland, Sidney Spencer, Adrienne Rich, RS Thomas – and others at your suggestion… ‘Ho everyone who thirsteth, come ye to the waters’ Isaiah 55.1
Currently, we read and debate “Life Spirit” by David Usher.
Conversation Club For Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Every Thursday 14:30 – 16:60
Together with PAFRAS and Amnesty International Leeds Group we create a safe space for refugees and asylum seekers in Leeds, where they can meet, socialise and more importantly – learn English by having conversations with native speakers in a friendly, non-judgemental atmosphere. We need volunteers to help with The Conversation Club! All you’d have to do is chat, drink tea and meet new friends – please get in touch if you can help.
We are running low on funds. If you’re interested in donating to the project or setting up a corporate sponsorship please get in touch! Together we PAFRAS and AI Leeds we reimburse travel costs, so our attendees don’t have to stretch their already extremely low budgets even further. Without this money, most of them will be unable to get us for the day, therefore unable to learn English, improve their quality of life and integrate with our society. CHARITY NO. 1081978.
Check our calendar below for more events.
Friday 13th – Saturday 14th of October 2017
We were pleased to host the Unitarian Theology Conference 2017: The Reformation Must Continue!
This was a national event that, over two days, brought together some of the best theological minds in our denomination (and beyond)! The conference was in celebration of the 500th anniversary of The Reformation and was free for all to attend.
Please see the conference program for timings and details of the papers being presented.