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We are a spiritual community where there is:
Respect and acceptance for all – the religious, the humanist, and the skeptic,
No dogma to be believed and no guilt prescribed,
Reverence for all the great religious teachings and traditions as well as an appreciation for science and the discoveries of our universe,
A commitment to upholding the inherent worth and dignity of every person,
A desire to nurture our inner dimensions,
A search for justice and fairness in our society, and
A sense of gratitude for the natural wonders of the earth.
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Cape Town Unitarians Welcome You
Are you looking for a community where you will be treated as an individual, where you can freely develop your spirituality and think for yourself based on your own life experiences and your chosen sources of inspiration? Become a guest with the Cape Town Unitarians.
We will welcome anyone who comes to our community regardless of their beliefs, colour, ethnicity, or sexual orientation because we believe that hospitality is a spiritual practice and that diversity will stimulate us to a greater understanding of life.
Join us as we listen to reflections on relevant topics, sing, meditate, contemplate and share the joys and concerns of our hearts. You’ll meet thoughtful, interesting people willing to share their spiritual journeys and personal experiences.
Services are held every Sunday at 10:30 am; please see the latest schedule of services for the current month. To learn more about what our services are like you can view what to expect on Sunday (FAQ).
You’ll find us in the Cape Town CBD in an historic building at 64 Hout Street, just off Long Street. Secure undercover parking is available directly across the street. You can find our location on this map.
Our monthly newsletter, the Cape Town Unitarian, will give you a good idea of what really happens in our community. You can sign up for the newsletter here.