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
Venue: HULL UNITARIAN CHURCH, Park St, Hull.
Please RSVP by April 1, especially if you would like to share lunch.
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 https://hull.cityofsanctuary.org/
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday December 17 from 3 pm,
our annual carol service at 3:30pm
followed by afternoon tea.
Our Work with Charities: Friday Gatherings, 10.30 until noon
During December, our charity coffee mornings will be in support of the needs of members and friends of our church and to help to subsidise our next outing. We need items for our table top sales and we also welcome prizes that we can offer for our raffle or tombola. But most of all we welcome your company!
Coffee Morning with the Centre for Ageing Better
Hull Unitarian Church, Park Street, Hull, HU2 8TA Wednesday 25th October 2017, 10 – 11:30am
Join Geoff Filkin and Emily Georghiou from the Centre for Ageing Better for an informal chat, coffee and cake at the Hull Unitarian Church on Wednesday 25th October at 10am.
They would like to listen to people in Hull about their experiences of growing older, to better understand the lives of those they work to help.
The Centre for Ageing Better is an independent charitable foundation with a mission to bring about change to improve later lives and to bring fresh thinking to the challenges and opportunities that society faces as more people live longer. Based in London and but with a national focus, more information about their work can be found on their website.
“We want a society where everyone enjoys a good later life” www.ageing-better.org.uk
This event is free of charge and all are welcome.
Co-sponsored by the Institute of Applied Ethics at the University of Hull.
North Yorkshire Moors Outing Wednesday September 13th
Come join us for a day on the North Yorkshire Moors. We will take the steam train to Goathland for a packed lunch and look around the village where ‘Heartbeat’ was filmed.
Date: Wednesday, September 13th
Time: 9am to 5pm
Cost: Regular attenders (Thursday, Friday or Sunday) £12.00, other church friends £25.00 (Full payment to be made by September 7th)
Please contact the church for further details and to book your place. Telephone: 01482 224662 or email: email@example.com
The Gospel according to Jesus, Queen of Heaven
Written and performed by the legendary trans playwright, performer and poet Jo Clifford and directed by Susan Worsford, this unique and extraodinary show combines theatre with storytelling, spoken word and ritual.
A humane, mischievous and loving show in which bread is shared, wine is drunk and familiar stories are reimagined by a transgender Jesus.
Performance dates: Friday 3rd November at 7:30pm, Saturday 4th November at 2:30pm
Venue: Hull Unitarian Church, Park Street, Hull, HU2 8TA
Tickets: on sale, via this website, from 30th August.
Price: £10.00 plus booking fee.
For more information about the play visit www.queenjesusplays.org