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  1. Croydon Unitarians
    Unitarian and Free Christian. Includes details of activities, beliefs, history and their mural.
    http://www.croydonunitarians.org.uk/

  2. www.fulwood-old-chapel.org.uk
    Based on freedom of religious thought and tolerance towards others, Unitarians are encouraged to find their own path to truth guided by their own conscience, life experiences, observations and reflections. Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
    http://www.fulwood-old-chapel.org.uk/

  3. Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, Hampstead
    A congregation of religious liberals in Hampstead, London Borough of Camden. Information on services, the congregation, the minister, news and events.
    http://www.rosslynhillchapel.com/

  4. Cambridge Unitarian Church
    A congregation of religious liberals in Cambridge. News, information about Unitarians, services, events, locations, the minister, and contact details.
    http://www.cambridgeunitarian.org/

  5. Northampton Unitarians
    A congregation of religious liberals in Northampton. Information about Unitarianism, history, services and activities. With newsletter and contact details.
    http://www.northampt...tarians.org.uk/

  6. www.asd-jewellers.co.uk
    A small family business, situated in the heart of the English Peak District. Blue john, the local mineral is set in many settings such as Unitarian Universalist symbols.
    http://www.asd-jewellers.co.uk/

  7. Capel Gellionnen Chapel Unitarian
    A congregation of religious liberals in Gellionen near Pontardawe. Information about the chapel, services, events and contact details.
    http://gellionnen.8m.com/

  8. Cheltenham Bayshill Unitarian Church
    Part of the Cotswold Group of Unitarian and Free Christian Congregations.
    http://www.bayshillunitarian.org.uk/

  9. Upper Chapel Unitarian
    A congregation of religious liberals in central Sheffield. Details of services, events, publications and the history of the chapel.
    http://www.upperchapel.org.uk/

  10. The UK National Unitarian Fellowship
    A religious movement in which individuals are free to follow their reason - there is no pressure from creed or scripture. It grew out of Christianity and sees Jesus as a man to be followed not a god to be worshipped. It is open to change in the light of new thought and discoveries.
    http://www.nufonline.org.uk/

  11. Bury Unitarian Church
    Provides a focus for liberal religious worship and reflection and a centre of fellowship for people of religious sentiment.
    http://www.bury-unit...-church.org.uk/

  12. Leicester Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel
    Introduction, services, chapel organisation, history, the minister, location and contact details.
    http://www.leicesterunitarians.co.uk/

  13. General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
    The Unitarians in Britain are a creedless religious movement of people who encourage freedom of thought and nurturing community.
    http://www.unitarian.org.uk/

  14. The British League of Unitarian and Liberal Christian Women
    The UK Unitarian Women's League.
    http://www.unitarian...k/womensleague/

  15. Manchester Cross Street Chapel
    Open to all who wish to worship in a spirit of free inquiry. The congregation is self-governing on democratic principles and is affiliated to the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches and the Manchester District Association.
    http://www.tbns.net/cross-street/

  16. Unitarian Communications Coordinators Network
    A site to provide useful publicity information to Unitarians and aid communication between those wishing to promote our fellowship.
    http://www.uccn.org.uk/

  17. BBC - Religions - Unitarianism History of Unitarianism
    Unitarianism as an organised church grew out of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century CE. It started in Poland and Transylvania in the 1560s, and was recognised as a religion in Transylvania within 10 years.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk...y/history.shtml