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Events The theme for our next Tuesday Zoom Gathering (15 September) will be: ‘What’s in a name? Do you like your name or would you rather you had been given another? Why are names important anyway?’

Services in September – led by Rev. Alex

Sunday 13 ‘A question of identity- who am I?’

Sunday 20 ‘Charity is a verb not a noun’. Covid-19 means that we cannot hold our MacMillan coffee morning this year, so instead we are asking our cake makers to bring cakes, safely wrapped (not frozen).We will have a table in the middle of the chapel to place the cakes on, which there will also be a donation box. After the service there will be a chance for us to buy the cakes of our choice and leave a donation in the box. Please be aware and ensure we keep our social distance.

If you cannot attend the chapel on that date, but have a cake or money to donate, please contact Jean or Alex and we will come to collect your offering. Please be generous, this is a difficult time for charities.

Sunday 27 Our annual service where we celebrate the life and work of Elizabeth Gaskell, who is buried in our chapel graveyard, together with her husband William, who was a Unitarian minister. We will be joined by friends from the Gaskell Society for this event. The theme will be ‘epidemics’ and we will hear readings from her works about this theme.