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All are welcome

Welcome

Welcome, and thank you for visiting Rochdale Unitarians online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to meet you and share with you in the life of our community.

Our ethos

We aim to be a faith community which supports individuals in taking ownership of and responsibility for personal beliefs and actions.

 

We offer a supporting environment in which to embrace life and its challenging questions.

Services

Services are normally held on Sunday morning at 10.30 am.


Any additional services, or alterations to service times, will be announced in the newsletter, on our notice board and on our website.

 

See excerpts from a previous service on YouTube.

Rites of passage

Rites of Passage services mark the special occasions on our life journey.

 

Our church offers a setting for your special celebrations.

Contact Details

Rochdale Unitarians

 

Clover Street

Rochdale

OL12 6TP

RochdaleUnitarian@outlook.com

 

Tel: 01706 648461

Donate to Us

We now have a secure online payments system via Wonderful Payments Ltd.

Click or tap the link below to make a donation.

Updates from our Facebook Page
Worship Services
Morning Worship in September from 10.30am:

On Sunday 19th September, Rochdale Unitarians will be joining our sister congregation in Plymouth for worship via online streaming. The service will be led from Plymouth by Rev Kate Whyman and will be streamed to those assembled in our building in Rochdale.

On Sunday 26th September, our Harvest Service will be led by GA President Anne Mills. We are honoured to host our movement's national president for this special service in our calendar.

Looking ahead, on Sunday 3rd October, former Rochdale Unitarian Church minister, Rev Celia Cartwright will return to lead our service of worship. We look forward to welcoming Celia back with us for this occasion.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served after the conclusion of each service of worship and we extend a warm welcome to all who would like to be with us during this time.

Annual Charity

Our church charity for 2021-2022 is the Send A Child to Hucklow fund (SACH).

The charity's aim is to provide funding to send disadvantaged children, who would not otherwise have a holiday, to the Great Hucklow retreat centre in Derbyshire.

SACH was founded in 1961 and has been carrying out its important work since. For more information and direct donation links, please visit:

 

Send a Child to Hucklow