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About meEssex Church, home of Kensington Unitarians, London (UK).

Our community is here to worship, to share experiences, to learn from each other, to explore our diverse faiths, to welcome spiritual seekers and offer companionship on life's journey. Our programme includes regular 11 a.m. Sunday services, RE and spirituality workshops, engagement groups and quiet meditation. There is also a children's programme created to enhance the personal awareness of young people.

About my libraryMembers of our congregation may borrow from our church library. Please speak to our librarian for more information.

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