Events that stimulate the mind and soul
We have an ever changing calendar of events – explore the What’s on to see what’s coming up next.
Every Sunday 11am
We celebrate communion together on the first Sunday of every month, and ours is an open table to which any believer is invited from any Christian background. We welcome those of any age to our services, and have space to roam and play at the back of the chapel for those who struggle to sit for an hour in a pew!
Every Wednesday 7.15am
We pray together each week early on a Wednesday, strong coffee is provided! Here we consider, silently or shared, things on our minds during the week. We also include neighbours and the local community, churches around the world and events or people who’ve made us feel blessed.
First Wednesday of the month 8pm
To find out what we are currently studying and to express your interest in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Wednesday 10am – 1pm
Every Wednesday we open the church doors to hold an informal morning of tea, coffee and conversation. Every week we organise a different activity. All activities start at 11 a.m. unless otherwise stated.
The Good Friday Project at Union Chapel offers people an opportunity both for contemplation and to hear live religious music of a professional standard, every Good Friday afternoon.
These are free annual events for the community, though donations are welcome. This year we will be showing The Passion of Christa where the story of the Passion is retold and re-imagined through the eyes of a female Christ. An evening of performance, ritual and music exploring suffering and grief from a unique perspective. Read more.
The inaugural concert was The People’s Passion, a stunning performance of J S Bach’s St John’s Passion in March 2013, attended by over 900 people. On Good Friday 2014 Scott Stroman and local choir Eclectic Voices presented the next concert, 7 Last Words From The Cross. Last year we held The Passion of Joan of Arc with Live Score
Every year just before Christmas we have a Carol Concert. It is glorious! The atmosphere is warm, friendly and magical. Everyone is encouraged to sing – there are traditional carols and festive hits. But the real highlight of the evening is when the lights go down and the Chapel is lit by the light of over 1000 of candles.
Keep an eye on our Calendar for this year’s installment.
“Never know quite what to expect. Which is a good thing!” Church member