Posted by Kate Dean
Hosted by Rev Kate Dean
Aug. 27, 2023
2:00 p.m. (GMT)
4:00 p.m. (GMT)
Rosslyn Hill Chapel
3 Pilgrim's Place
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
Join us in a safe and welcoming space to discuss end of life matters and break the taboo of speaking about death, over tea and cake. Death Café provides an opportunity to consider an emotive subject amongst understanding friends. Many feel a deep connection at these gatherings. This month we'll offer a 'drop in' cafe where you can move tables informally.
We meet on the last Sunday of the month. We'll resume in September with our usual format of small group sharing and deep listening.
Using hand sanitiser, wearing masks and maintaining social distance is now a matter of personal choice when you come to our spacious and airy Chapel. For more information, visit our Covid page.
Donations: Suggested donation £5
This event is free, but we always welcome donations. You are invited to make a donation online. If you need to make your donation in person, please use the contactless card reader. Cash donations can be placed in the basket. Thank you for the many ways you support our Chapel community!
About Rev Kate Dean
Rev Kate is a Unitarian minister and part of an open minded spiritual community in Hampstead. The Unitarians are free of dogma or creed and encourage people to explore their personal beliefs without judgement, within a community of like minds.
Rev Kate has held Death Cafes at the Chapel in Hampstead and her previous community of Unitarians in Lewisham.
Death Cafes at Rosslyn Hill are run by Rev Kate with her regular volunteers.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe