What’s On


A new weekly meditation class open to all. You don’t need to be a Zen master to join in – guidance will be given to help you improve your meditation practice and achieve inner peace and balance.

Thursday 7–8 p.m.


Coming soon: labyrinth walks


To supplement our weekly meditation, we will also be holding occasional labyrinth walks. If you have never tried this, come along and discover a profoundly reflective spiritual practice. More details anon.


Yoga with Jess | Move ~ Breath ~ Be

“Welcome back to your body, whatever size, shape, mobility or fitness. My classes are fun, accessible and non-dogmatic. The philosophy is simple – move, breathe, be. The style I teach is flow, it’s sometimes nice and gentle and sometimes hard bloody work – just like life. I encourage you to find your own way through the practice, to develop the ability to listen deeply and move in a way that supports your current needs. I play funky beats to enhance the experience of flow and I welcome questions, dialogue and connection within the group. New comers are very welcome, if it’s your first try I suggest coming to the fundamentals class. Come and play.” Jess 
Wednesdays from 5 September 2018
5:00 ~ 6:15pm | Fundamentals of Flow
6:30 – 8:00pm | Free Flow
Cost – £12 | £9 (concession, student, charity/NHS)
Descriptions of classes can be found here – http://www.shakeyourbuddhi.com/classes/
Or contact me at hello@shakeyourbuddhi.com

Music at RPUC

We host various concerts, recitals and opera performances in our beautiful Victorian church. Watch this space for details of forthcoming events.


Creative Journaling

The journaling group, all warmly welcomed, shares silence, then a check-in, and takes time for writing or reflection, some time for sharing as wished. Sometimes we work with a theme and sometimes the theme emerges out of our check-in.

First Friday of the month 7–8.30 p.m.


Stitches and Stories

Our craft and storytelling group meets to knit, crochet or sew items to be donated to charity. Good company and good causes make for a lovely afternoon.

First Wednesday of the month 1–3 p.m.


Gardening Club

A willing band of volunteers meets once a month to keep our garden and grounds looking lovely. Coffee and companionship to follow. All welcome, green fingers not required.

First Saturday of the month 10 a.m.–1 p.m.


Reflective Mind breakfasts

Every couple of months, we meet for breakfast before the Sunday service to share food and deep reflection and discussion on a chosen theme.

Occasional Sundays , 9.30–11 a.m. Check the newsletter for details


Book club

A bi-monthly book club discussing books on a broadly spiritual theme. Dates and books to be read are given in advance in the newsletter, or contact Rev. Simon Ramsay for details.

Occasional Wednesdays, 7–8.30 p.m. Check the newsletter for details


And more …

It is not unknown for us to gather together in companionship around a shared meal. All are welcome to join us. (The one in the pictures was our Christmas meal – the funny hats aren’t some weird cult thing …)

For details of all our activities, please consult our bi-monthly newsletter, the Flame.