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      I am very interested in this, can anyone tell me anything about them, what they believe and what they do in their services?

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      I went to one and found out, very interesting, I think I'll go again.

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      Interesting aside - I heard on the radio the other day that the Unitarians have more comfortable chairs than most churches because the services are longer!

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      treetops;1605097 wrote: Interesting aside - I heard on the radio the other day that the Unitarians have more comfortable chairs than most churches because the services are longer!
      Yeah it was approximately 1 hour, not sure of other Churches services but I go the impression they are perhaps 30-45 minutes.

      The chapel was lovely inside, warm and light with big clear windows. They started with an introduction, some hymns, a reading that was reflective and not biblical, then you were invited to light a candle and make a speech about your year.

      There were a mixture of Christians, pagans, bhuddists, Quakers there and there didn't seem to be any 'differences' or lines drawn which I liked. We were invited to say the Lord's prayer, then had a cup of tea in the back. Took up a total of 1 1/2 hours and I'm told some go out for lunch afterwards. I was the youngest there, and they said the congregation is usually a lot bigger so I'll try and see if I can get to the Sunday service again.

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      sounds very calming and inclusive - and caring

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