We have regular day workshops led by visiting teachers. Our most recent workshop was led by Martin Nathanael on Oneness. Read below for an account of the day.

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The Path of Oneness 

Workshop hosted by Martin Nathanael

Saturday 18th May 2019 from 10.30-4.30pm 

Held at Friends Meeting House, 14 West Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire. SL6 1RL

It was indeed a good workshop both in content and the energy generated by all of us. Martin was excellent with a warming personality.

It was lovely to meet up again with the people I already knew, and to meet lovely new people.

Thank you and your Unity team for the organisation and commitment. Love you all.

The Sunday Service was so uplifting and joyful. I look forward to going through it all again on YouTube.


About the Workshop

This full day workshop offers an invitation to awaken from our mistaken “separate” identity.

For “Oneness” means just that – there is one reality; it is complete, lacks nothing, and YOU ARE THAT – it is the natural divine essence of each and all!

Non-dual teachings emphasise that awakening to this truth is not an exclusive privilege for mystics, monks and the like, but is equally available to everyone. Moreover, as our natural state, it awaits our re-discovery rather than being something new to be achieved.

The day will include meditation and spiritual practices to help us experience our direct connection with our essential wholeness.

About the speaker

Martin Nathanael: 

During his late teens, Martin Nathanael found himself drawn to the esoteric elements of the world’s spiritual philosophies, particularly focusing on the advaita (non-dual) tradition of India.
Later, a mystical opening to Christ-consciousness led him towards working as a priest.
His varied career has taken him into secondary education where he was Head of Religious Studies in two London schools, teaching world religions to A level.
For the past 35 years, he has been teaching meditation to individuals and groups, leading quiet days and residential retreats, and giving talks or leading courses and workshops on various aspects of inner transformation.
He has also been a tutor and supervisor to students in training as interfaith ministers, as well as developing his own interfaith ministry.
Martin lives in York with his wife Kathleen.

How to get to the workshop

By Car:

The Friends Meeting House is located in central Maidenhead, next to the Portland Arms pub. West Street lies behind Marks & Spencer, etc. It is a dead-end road that can only be entered from Market Street.

Driving West along the A4 to Reading, turn left at the roundabout with B4447 Cookham Road to the right.

This is Market Street. Follow Market Street round to the right and the Meeting House is on the right.

Driving East along the A4 to Slough, turn right at the roundabout with B4447 Cookham Road on left, into Market Street and follow road round to the right etc.

For a list of all the car parks in Maidenhead click here ( external link) 

Please allow 20 minutes to park your car in the town.

Walking directions from Maidenhead Station:

As you leave the station, walk down through the car park to the main street, cross over the road at the traffic lights, and at the next immediate set of next traffic lights cross over on the left side.  Walk up the pedestrian street which is King Street, past the David Lloyd Fitness Centre and the Odeon Cinema, both on the left.  Cross over the pedestrian crossing, continue up King Street.  When you get to the top of the road, instead of turning right to walk down the pedestrianized High Street, keep walking ahead and you will walk through to West Street.  Turn right, and about 200 yards on the left, past the pub, you will find the Friends Meeting House.  This is an easy walk which will take less than 10 minutes.