Who Are You Anyway

Our church is a congregation of people of all ages who support each other in the search for a better understanding of the Unitarian ideals of freedom, tolerance and reason.  In our spiritual quest we respect and willingly explore all religious heritages and all sources of wisdom, believing all contain truths from which we may learn. In an atmosphere of inspiration and creativity, we strive for peace with justice, understanding and acceptance of each other, serenity and hope. We celebrate life and faith by responding to each other and the wider community with love, compassion and respect for the interdependence of all life.

What do Unitarians believe?

Since a Unitarian’s beliefs are the outcome of a personal lifelong spiritual journey, and may continue to evolve in the light of new experience and knowledge, no one answer can be given to that question.  But some guiding principles are offered here.

Click here if you would like to know some personal statements from members of our congregation on why they espouse Unitarianism.

We meet every Sunday at 10.30am at the:

Unitarian Meeting House
99 Osmond Terrace
Telephone: ( 08 ) 8332 2803

Address: http://www.adelaideunitarians.org.au/

From time to time, we hold morning services and vespers in our chapel in the Adelaide Hills at Shady Grove .

Sketch of the Norwood Church (Meeting House)

Osmond Terrace lies between Kensington Road, Kensington, and The Parade, Norwood.  The Meeting House is about 200 m from Kensington Road on the west side (the side nearer the Adelaide city CBD).  It is about 4 km from the city, and may be reached by bus  routes 122, 123, 124, 125, 125P servicing The Parade (get off at Stop 8), or 140, 141, 141N, 142 servicing Kensington Road (get off at Stop 4).


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