We are delighted to introduce the newest
member of our congregation...........
The Chair of our Congregation, Anne Mills (left),
officially welcomes Abi Elliott-McGuffie to our congregation on Sunday,1st May,
during our Cherry Blossom Service. The service was followed by a
congregational photo and lunch.
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this event .
Reverend Beryl Allerton
Beryl retires from the ministry at the end of
May and her last service at Bury was on Sunday the 29th May.
We all wish her well in
to read about this occasion and see for pictures
Saturday 30th July ***
with the Scratch Band
Saturday, 3rd September ****
Antiques Valuation Evening with Peter Ashburner
Friday, 28th October ***
CONGREGATION PAST & PRESENT
This picture was taken after our Cherry Blossom Service in May 2016
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Click on a date to see a pictures of our congregation in that year:
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Church has its origins in the late 17th century, its first chapel being built in
1719. The current building of 1974 is the congregation's fourth in the town.
are the oldest nonconformist congregation in Bury.
read more about our past, including material about the past Heywood congregation
FAITH WORTH THINKING ABOUT
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Prostate Cancer Strawberry Tea
Harvest Service & Lunch 2015
Band & Drums Royal Regiment of
Candle-lit Carol Service 2015
Luncheon Club Christmas Party 2015
Nativity & Lunch Christmas 2015
Valentines Day Lunch 2016
Charity Quiz 2016
Cherry Blossom Lunch May 2016
"Taking the Service"
Beryl's Last Service
29th May 2016
Bury's Cultural Quarter
Our Church is situated in Bury's
Cultural Quarter and is surrounded by buildings of architectural and cultural
Our morning service is held on Sunday
mornings commencing at 11.15 am (10.55 am on Remembrance Sunday)
All are welcome to attend.
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list of services and other religious occasions.
if you are attending a Unitarian service for the first time and would like some
We have a parents and children's area
within the church.
WITH THE RICE CHALLENGE!!
and others purchased a magnificent 140Kg of rice, well over the 90 kg.
here for more information
stall selling fairly traded goods is open for business from 12.15 pm to 12.45 pm
normally on the 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month
Bury Unitarian Church
1 Bank Street
0161 761 3785
Our Annual Charity Quiz this rear raised
Many thanks to all who supported the event.
The proceeds will be divided between Streetwise 2000 and
Christians Against Poverty
the summer, after an illuminated talk by Val, money was raised to send to Nepal to assist in the
aftermath of the devastating earthquakes which killed and injured many
thousands of people in April 2015.
Val Chamberlain, who went on a
sponsored trek to Nepal, has received an update and some pictures of relief-efforts.
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We have a range of social, educational
and recreational activities and the Church is regularly used by other
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list of special occasions.
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