Meditation, Circle Dancing, and Art Workshops have cautiously resumed.
Monthly on 1st Saturdays, from 7th August (but not 1 Jan 2022).
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Come and work in peace and quiet in a Covid secure environment.
£10 towards our survival fund.
(All furniture sanitised before and after use. Ventilation , scanning in and registering, sanitising, wearing masks when moving around - not at your seat when working, socially distance allocated workspace.)
Please bring your own materials to work with. Cards, books, pictures and How to Do books for techniques and inspiration available. Or bring a project you are working on.
Refreshments break Please bring your own mug. (Tea, coffee, biscuits, cake, made in a covid-secure way) or bring your own.
If interested in joining us, please contact Lyn Payne so that your space can be reserved and allocated.
Many thanks, Lyn Payne.
Meditation and Circle Dancing
For current information, please contact Rose Williams.
For a guided meditation led by one of our members, Richard Bober, cut and paste this url: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LSLTjZZVZU
Poetry and prose sharing
3rd Saturdays, 11 a.m. till 12.30pm on Zoom
Share your own poems or your favourites, or just listen to others. Or bring a reading or two to share - light or serious as you wish.
Appreciating the depths of what someone has written opens windows of understanding on the human condition. Sitting together in a circle and taking turns to share what each of us has brought along is uplifting and fun, be it on a warm summer evening or in the depths of December. There’s no theme and this adds to the variety to be enjoyed. Everyone is welcome to read or just listen.
Deepening our liberal spirituality
Meditations, inspired mostly by Buddhist meditation teacher Thich Nhat Hanh, including chanting, breathing, and walking meditations.
3rd Fridays in the month at 7.30pm.
Fellowship in Freedom' suppers
4th Wednesdays at 7.30pm
starting with contemplation and reflection led by Michael Allured
Sharing food is very much part of the community of Golders Green Unitarians. We begin seated in a circle with a short themed reflective contemplation. This is usually based on poetry or some quotations.
Our time of meditation together is followed by a shared simple meal. Those attending either contribute food or make a financial donation towards funds to maintain the building. No previous experience of meditation is necessary.
If you intend to join us, in order to get an idea of numbers for food please let Michael know before the day.
Groups express the life and soul of Unitarian liberal spiritual community. At Golders Green Unitarians, some groups are primarily for developing our spiritual depth and some are more for bringing us together for enjoyment.