Death of Queen Elizabeth II:

​We at the Lancashire Collaborative Ministry want to add our sincere condolences on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  Her devotion, guidance and steadfast faith were an inspiration. Transition is part of life and we pray for wisdom, peace and compassion for all in this new period in the life of Great Britain. We pray for the whole royal family, especially King Charles III and the Queen Consort. 

A book of condolence has been placed in Padiham Unitarian Chapel and can be signed Sunday morning the 11th.  It will also be available at Rawtenstall Unitarian chapel from 4:30-7:30 pm on Sunday the 11th.


We are an open, friendly community extending a warm welcome to all – including families with children.  We are a fully accessible venue, with modern facilities.

While rooted in the Christian tradition, we are open to wisdom from other sources, and our services reflect this breadth.   Social justice is a central concern for us.

We are affiliated to the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, whose stated Object is:  “To promote a free and inquiring religion through the worship of God and the celebration of life;  the service of humanity, and respect for all creation; and the upholding of the liberal Christian tradition.”

This Church is linked with Padiham and Chorley Unitarian congregations in a new initiative, the Lancashire Collaborative Ministry, which aims to renew the Unitarian cause in east Lancashire.

Worship Space


We look forward to hearing from you!

Rawtenstall Unitarian Church, Bank Street, Rawtenstall, BB4 7QW

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