Unitarian meditation in Golders Green is a beautiful meditation opportunity for beginners. The distinctive feature of Unitarian meditation is that it comes free from doctrines.
Weekly Sunday Meditation
Meditate on Sundays. Come in time before a 10.20 start for a simple half-hour meditation - gentle and spiritual. Usually led by Kassandra Britton and Wade Miller-Knight. We finish at 10.50 so those who so wish can go up to the church afterwards for the 11a.m. service. No previous experience necessary. From Sunday 2nd April 2017 onwards.
It's downstairs in the Fellowship Room, so come in by the side door, through the kitchen, and down a few steps.
The Wednesday Golders Green Unitarians' meditation group often uses techniques taught by Thich Nhat Hanh, the Buddhist meditation leader, such as breathing and walking meditations. Chants are used from both Christian and Indian sources.
No previous experience is necessary. The meditation hour is beneficial for newcomers to meditation and experienced meditators alike.
The regular meeting time is the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of months (not August). Come at 1.20pm to be ready for a 1.30pm start. 2.30 finish.
Golders Green Unitarians host a morning meditation workshop from time to time. One is scheduled for Sat 20th May 2017, and another for Sat 21st October.
For each one, come at 10.15 a.m. for a 10.30 start; finish by 1 p.m with a bowl of soup and bread and cheese light lunch.
A suggested minimum donation of £10 per person.