Welcome to Bristol Unitarians

Frenchay Chapel
Welcome to the Bristol Unitarian Group. We are a community of diverse individuals who gather to nurture one another's lifelong spiritual growth. Our guiding principles are love, joy, freedom, mutual respect, peace and justice.

We invite anyone regardless of age, ethnicity, physical or mental ability, gender identity or sexual orientation to join us for Sunday services and our many other activities. You will be very welcome to join us for spiritual enquiry, worship, community building, and more!

Unitarian Meeting Bristol
What holds us together? A recognition of the human need for an open and accepting community to share life's journey and to seek meaning in it.

About Us

Unitarianism is a religious movement which grew away from mainstream Christianity in the 18th and 19th centuries in Britain, in pursuit of a religious liberalism characterised by freedom, reason and tolerance. It has since developed into a spiritual community which embraces wisdom from all religious, spiritual and philosophical traditions, replacing creeds with a shared search for truth and meaning.
Our Minister, Rev. John Harley


Services are held at every Sunday at 10.30am at Frenchay Chapel, Beckspool Road, Frenchay Common, Bristol, BS16 1ND and on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of each month at 6pm at Unitarian Meeting (UMB), Brunswick Sq, Bristol, BS2 8PE with a Discussion Group on the 4th Sunday of each month at 6pm.

For further details and listings of other events see services and events listings.