First-time Visitor?

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How to find us

We are located at 99 Osmond Terrace, Norwood (see the map above), lying between Kensington Road and The Parade. Approaching from Kensington Road or The Parade, you will see street signs to 'Unitarian Meeting House'.

Getting here

To reach Kensington Road use the 141 and 142 buses – alight at Stop 4. To reach Norwood Parade use the H20 and H22 buses on Sunday and H20, H21, H22 and H24 during the week – alight at Stop 8.

Plan your journey by public transport or bicycle:


The Meeting House has parking space for only 12 cars in the front forecourt. We try to reserve these spaces for members and visitors whose access may be restricted by age or disability. Most attenders park along Osmond Terrace, or along William or Alfred Streets. On a busy Sunday, close to the start of service, available space along these roads can be some distance from the Meeting House, so this may entail a short stroll!


Our building and our services are accessible to persons with disabilities. The audio system has a hearing loop, and hymns are projected in large print on an AV screen.

What to wear

There is no expected standard of dress for services. Some dress casually, others more formally. Our clergy do not tend to wear clerical garments.

Children are most welcome!

In addition to our excellent Sunday Club program, the first 15 minutes (or so) of our services are intergenerational. Children collect non-perishable food offerings for the Moore Street Mission during the first hymn, and gather at the front for our 'Story for all Ages' before going off to Sunday Club under the supervision of qualified adults in our adjacent manse.

When you arrive…

You'll be met by one of our friendly Greeters who will provide you with a name tag (if desired), as well as a 'Welcome Pack' which includes some general information about Unitarianism, as well a guest form you can return if you want us to stay in touch with you.

Before you leave…

Plan to stay after the service, when we have an informal hour or so of coffee, tea, and chat.