A Living and Loving Spirituality that Engages both the Heart and the Mind

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Belper Unitarians

We are a loving community of spiritual seekers, diverse in opinion yet united by our common search for truth and our desire to support each other in that search.

Not quite sure what a Unitarian is? Simply read this...


What is a Unitarian?

The Unitarians are a spiritual community who encourage you to think for yourself.
You are welcome here. We are building open-minded, loving, spiritually-grounded communities – and have been for 300 years. If you are interested in becoming a formal member of the chapel, please speak to David Burton.


"A Faith Worth Thinking About"


Our Next Services

Sun 11 Feb - Cllr David Burton 11.00 am Theme - Generosity
Sun 18 Feb - Rowan Beton 11.00am
Sun 25 Feb - Rev Kevin Stone 11.00 am
Sun 3 Mar - Rev Tony McNeile 11.00 am Chaplain, National Unitarian Fellowship
Sun 10 Mar - Judith Pugsley 11.00 am - Books which are Special, Part 3
Sun 17 Mar - Peter and Kath Faulkner 11.00 am
Sun 24 Mar - Sir Peter Soulsby 11.00 am Interview about Religion and Politics
Sun 31 Mar - Rev Kevin Stone 11.00 am [Easter Sunday]
Sun 7 Apr - Mike Everton 11.00am Great Meeting House, Hinckley
Sun 14 Apr - Rev Maud Robinson 11.00am Minister of Stannington Unitarian Chapel


Kind Words...

those calm moments shared last Sunday Morning in our Chapel were uplifting and spiritually refreshing as we listened to Professor Hugh McLeod a Derby Quaker - It always surprises me that our relaxed embracing approach attracts so few people living in Belper - without people we just have an empty historic building !

Eve CrawfordProduct Designer, That Biz

It was a lovely service from Maria, painful at times but glad to be with others to share feelings and in a safe space to rant.

Really interesting and informative service with a lovely community of people.

My thanks to Rowan for his thoughtful devotions today at our morning service with the two guest speakers from “ Upbeat Communities “ time well spent listening & learning rather than disinformation ! ⭐️

Beautiful, we have such lovely memories of you and Mum there. The external stairs & the crypt. And all the friendly people who attended.

Such a poignant service and so much to take away and contemplate. Thanks to all those who shared their precious memories and thoughts.

The beautiful photograph of the trees / so well complements our first reading at this mornings service from John Andrew Storey entitled, “ Leafs “ For many of us today at Belper Unitarian Chapel it was spiritually rewarding to have a committed Quaker sharing his approach to faith -⭐️

I sat there many time’s especially at Sunday school anniversary reciting poems. We used to sell the harvest produce for charity at the old Sunday school building on Monday, happy days

I commend these powerful words trusting that as an individual I will always have the courage to challenge those full of bigotry & hate within my life journey. Too often I play it safe rather than challenging such cruel human beings !

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Belper Unitarian Chapel, Field Row, just off Green Lane, Belper, DE56 1DG