Saltaire United Reformed Church is truly one of the nation’s most precious Victorian architectural gems. The church, built by Sir Titus Salt in 1859 in Saltaire near Bradford, West Yorkshire, is a unique example of Italianate religious architecture. It boasts many architecturally and historically important features and has been described as a classic “Cathedral of Congregationalism”.
The congregation is drawn from a wide variety of social groups, ages and Christian experience, who together deepen our Christian commitment and understanding. We find enjoyment in our worship, fellowship and service within the Church family. The Saltaire members have a variety of shades of view on the type of service that is enjoyed and as a result, the variation of worship is reasonably rich. In general the traditional form of worship is followed, enhanced by a strong musical tradition of more formal choir music.