1: Inclusiveness watching now
Rev Michael Dadson (Minister of Macclesfield Unitarian Church) talks about why Unitarians are inclusive.
2: What is a Creedless Faith?
Rev Jo James (Minister of Mill Hill Unitarian Church, Leeds) talks about why the Unitarianism is a creedless faith.
3: A Liberal Religion
Rev Feargus O'Connor (Unitarian Minister at Golders Green and St Albans) talks about why Unitarians are an example of a liberal religion and how this lins with interfaith dialogue.
4: A Different Approach to Religion
Rev Matthew Smith (Unitarian Minister at Bury St Edmunds) talks about why Unitarianism is a different approach to religion.
5: Do Unitarians Believe in God?
Stephen Lingwood (Minister of Bank St Chapel, Bolton) talks about whether Unitarians believe in God.
6: Worship Services
Jef Jones (Lay Leader of Brighton Unitarians) talks about what you can expect at a Unitarian worship service.
7: Are Unitarians Christians?
Rev Cliff Reed answers this question which is more complex that it sounds.
8: A Unitarian View of Jesus
Retired Unitarian minister Rev Cliff Reed talks about how many Unitarians view Jesus.
9: Are Unitarians Pagans?
James Barry answers the question - Are Unitarians Pagans?
10: Baptisms, Namings, Weddings and Funerals
Rev Anna Jarvis (Minister of Monton Unitarian Church) talks about what is different about a Unitarian Baptism, Naming, Wedding or Funeral (a rite of passage).
11: Family and Community
2016 National Unitarian President Dot Hewerdine explains that many people are Unitarians for the feeling of community.
12: Unitarian Hierarchy
Jef Jones (Lay Leader of Brighton Unitarians) talks about what is different about the Unitarian hierarchy to many other church organisations.
14: Youth Programme - A View from an Adult
Rev Anna Jarvis (Youth Leader) and Rev Simon Ramsay (parent of children who attended youth activities) talk about the national Unitarian Youth Programme.
16: Youth Programme - Fun Days Away
Sarah Hall reads our her poem about the youth activity called 'Fun Days Away' (FDA). This event is the 'summer camp' of the Unitarian Youth Programme.