Work on the Mausoleum

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The Angel in the mausoleum of the church has recently been cleaned..amazing to see what has been done and the gilding which has made these scriptures readable again

Easter Services

The Easter services times are:

Fri 18th

Hot cross buns in the church rooms.

Good Friday worship led by Mrs Valerie Jenkins.

St Paul’s, Shipley – Good Friday walk into Shipley Centre

Shipley Churches Together Good Friday service led by Rev Sarah Jamieson.

Sat 19th

10.30am Decorate the church for Easter – please help if you can.

Sunday 20th April

10:30am Easter Service led by Valerie Jenkins

Funeral of Rev Paul Breeze

A Thanksgiving Service for the life of our late Minister Rev Paul Breeze will be held on:

1.30pm on Monday 3 February
Trinity Rawdon
New Road
LS19 6HN


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Angel Awards Nominee: Mr Len Morris for Saltaire United Reformed Church

Len Morris, a member at our Church, was recently short listed as an award angel. This short clip gives some information about what Len has been involved with regarding the restoration of our beautiful church.

Boiler Grants

If anyone is on income related benefits and has an old boiler (more than ten years), then they may want to consider getting in contact with a local company called Energy Grants Advice Service, who may be able to help them get a free boiler.

To find out more, visit their website –

New Site Coming Soon…

The new site should be up and running in about an hour!

The Hand of the Carpenter

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A Sculpture display “The hand of the carpenter” by Marcus Levine was on show from 3rd April until September 2012 in the church. It created a great deal of interest for visitors to the church. The scupture was of a hand impaled by a large nail suggesting the hand of Christ. At a distance it looked like a goo drawing but close inspection revealed that it was created of thousands of small nails providing depth and texture.

More News of the Restoration Process

The first phase of the restoration project, the work on the canopy around the tower and the steps beneath, is complete. The exception to this is the vexed question of the hand rails! The first set that were installed were badly implemented and the contractor was obliged to remove them and was not able to invoice for the materials or work. A new hand rail set is being constructed by a different contractor but is taking much longer than expected. Meanwhile ther are a set of temporay hand rails made from timber beams and scaffolding poles. Certainly not what is suitable for the front of a grade one listed building!! The funding for phase one is secured and the work was completed in November 2010 except for the handrails which are still pending.

The mausoleum roof has been covered to protect it following the theft of its lead roof in 2009. The second phase application to English Heritage to cover repair of the windows, mausoleum and the restoration of the monuments, Sir Titus in the vestibule and the Angel Gabrielle in the mausoleum has now had a response. £30,000 remains to be raised to secure this phase of the project

King James’ Bible 400th anniversary celebrations

An exhibition of paintings, Embroideries, Collages,models to depict sections of the Authorised Version of the Bible was held from From Thursday June 23rd to Thursday June 30th 2011.

The Yorkshire Gospels, produced by members of the Saltaire and other churches in the URC in the Yorkshire Synod were displayed

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