Durban Unitarians often comment that they attend
services because they 'enjoy them so much', not because they feel they
Topic: Memory – how do we remember our
(Reference to Essays by Betty Govinden)
Topic: Nature’s Warnings from COVID 19
Topic: Your Paw in my Hand
Topic: How Unitarianism began
Topic: Reflections on ‘More than a
Topic: ‘The Heroines of
Conscience series of Wise Women Ikons’, local artist Dina Cormick
Topic: Reflections on Marguerite Poland’s new
novel ‘A Sin of Omission’ (2019)
Topic: Their World – Priceless Heritage
Durban Unitarian congregation holds relatively informal services on the
second and fourth Sundays of every month.
for 10.00am: Second and Fourth Sundays of every month
Frank Ferrar Hall, Palmiet Nature Reserve
of any faith or non-faith are very welcome to attend ALL services.
Durban Unitarians and services
small congregation has no minister. Members of the congregation take
turns (on a volunteer basis) to lead the services.
Services include readings, music, presentations and stimulating discussions
thereof and are followed by coffee and tea during which the subject of the
next presentation is discussed.
Durban Unitarian services are living proof of a commitment to create a
spiritual environment that encourages participants to think for themselves.
lighting of candles
feature of all our services is 'the lighting of candles' in which members
of the congregation who choose to do so each light a candle.....
· in memory of.....(example:
a departed friend)
· in the hope that.....(example:
a cure for AIDs will be found)
· to remind us that.....(example:
there are many who cannot afford to celebrate Christmas)
· in honour of .....
a spiritual leader such as Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Hurley, Mahatma
Gandhi, the Dalai Lama)
- - - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - -
For South African contact details
Durban - Johannesburg
Cape Town - Somerset West