Groups and Activities

As well as Sunday services and mid-week meditation, Meadrow chapel runs a changing programme of groups and activities including:-

  • Community Art
  • Study Groups
  • Workshops and Concerts
  • Monthly walks
Ukulele Group

The Ukulele group meet Tues evenings. Click for more info…

Community Art

We currently offer drop-in Community Art sessions in the hall once a month on Thursday afternoons. These are informal sessions for people wanting to try their hand at drawing and painting – all materials are provided and there is no charge (though a small donation to cover costs is appreciated). People are also welcome to just drop by for a cup of tea and a natter. Click here for more info…

Book Group at the Unitarian Chapel

We have started a book group, meeting monthly locally. We discuss a wide range of modern novels and literary classics. Click here for more info…

Study Groups

Build Your Own TheologyWe run occasional study and self-development groups covering a range of topics. Previous groups at Meadrow have included – ‘Build your own Theology’, ‘Soul Poetry’, ‘Spirituality in Everyday Life’, Ageing, Parenting, Work-Life issues, ‘Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life’, ‘Spiritual Practice’, ‘Simply Pray’ and ‘Mindfulness based Stress Reduction’ courses.

Monthly Walks

On the first Sunday of each month, after the service, some members of the congregation organise a scenic walk in the local area, followed by a pub lunch or picnic.

Workshops and Concerts

We also host occasional Saturday workshops and concerts.

For up to date information on what’s on at Meadrow, see the calendar page.

The Chapel at Billingshurst (monthly Folk music)

Some of our members enjoy visits to the Chapel at Billingshurst (our closest Unitarian congregation) for their monthly evenings of folk music – usually on the first Saturday of the month:

Congregational Weekend

Twice we have enjoyed a long weekend away at the “Nightingale centre” – the Unitarian holiday and conference centre in Great Hucklow in the Peak District – and once at the Othana Centre in Dorset. These weekends are a great way to get to know other members of the congregation and include a range of recreational and creative activities.