First time visitor

If you visit the church for the first time remember to pick up your welcome pack.

The packs are usually located near the entrance door but if you cannot find one please ask Ralph or one of the trustees.

October 7th – Making Meaning Seminar


October 7, from noon until 2 pm.  – On being caring

Are you a paid carer in the community or in a hospice?

Do you care for a relative at home?

Have you benefited from care?

We invite you to come and to share your thoughts.

Lunch is provided at noon, but please RSVP by October 5 so that we can cater (advise any dietary needs).

For more information download the poster here or contact the church:  telephone 01482 224662 or email

Meditation Sessions in May


Each session is guided so you can pick it up and the group who attend regularly are very supportive.  In May our meditation sessions will be as follows:

3 Breath (mindfulness) Ralph Catts
10 Sound Meditation Ralph Catts
17 Loving Kindness Ralph Catts
24 Visualisation Ralph Catts
31 To be confirmed Guest leader

Making Meaning Seminar 8th April 2018

Making Meaning Seminar:

Ways of Caring for ourselves and others.

Inspired by words of the late John O’Donohue

We will listen to a recorded address, and explore John O’Donohue’s notions of transformation, of tangential possibilities, of how to care for oneself in the absence of closure, and on living with our mortality.

Date: Sunday April 8

Time: 12.45 PM TO 2.45 PM


Please RSVP by April 1, especially if you would like to share lunch.

Supporting ‘Hull City of Sanctuary’

Hull Unitarians are pleased to support  the Hull City of Sanctuary initiative

Hull City of Sanctuary is a new initiative to make Hull a recognised place of welcome and safety for people in need of sanctuary. A “sanctuary” is a safe place, where people can live without the threat of violence or death, which was the reason they fled from their own country. Britain has a long and honourable history of giving sanctuary to refugees, for many centuries.

As the UN Convention puts it, refugees are “outside their own country owing to a well founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion”.

Find more information and pledge your support at

Job Opportunity – Part time Admin Assistant

A part time Admin Assistant is required to work 7 hrs per month;

either last Tuesday and Wednesday of each month 3 ½ hrs each day, or last Wednesday 7 hrs.

Pay: £9 per hour.


  • printing and distributing by mail and email the monthly newsletter,
  • each quarter, proof reading and then distributing the church magazine.
  • additional office tasks such as shredding, filing and tidying the office
  • other related office duties.


  • Capacity to use Microsoft Office package including publisher (for the magazine), Access (for the database) and Excel.  Also, be able to use Adobe Acrobat and preferably Photoshop;
  • Able to work with initiative under general supervision;
  • Values compatible with Unitarian principles of mutual respect, commitment to social justice, search for meaning in life, and inner peace.

Contact us for more details or to apply: