Banbury Unitarians

"Man's value is in the few things he creates and not in the many possessions he amasses."

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Our Minister

Our minister is Rev. Sue Woolley. She has been Minister of the Banbury Unitarian Fellowship since 2012, and District Facilitator of the Midland Unitarian Association since 2008.

She has been a Unitarian since the age of 18, when she read Alfred Hall's book Beliefs of A Unitarian (13.2MB PDF) and realised she had come home.

Before training for ministry, Sue was a professional librarian for 25 years. She first led worship at her then home congregation of Northampton in 2001, which was the start of the long process towards training for ministry.

She describes herself as a "Quakerly-inclined Unitarian", and believes in the sovereign importance of compassion.

She cares passionately about Unitarianism, and is keen to maintain and grow the Unitarian witness in the Banbury area.