Bradford Unitarians provide a fellowship where people come to celebrate worship, to share times of joy and sadness, and help each other in the quest for a faith to live by. We are open to all who wish to worship in a spirit of free enquiry. The congregation is self-governing on democratic principles. We are a spiritual community with many different beliefs. We find our unity in our shared values such as: the nurturing of the spiritual dimension: the use of reason and honest doubt in the search for truth: constructive tolerance and openness towards the sincerely held beliefs of others: peace, compassion, justice and democracy in human affairs: reverence for the earth and the whole natural system of which we are part.
Our regular meeting for worship is at 10.45am every Sunday. All ages are welcome.
We also meet once a month on Tuesday for ‘Food for Thought’, sharing music and readings on a theme and then enjoying a packed lunch together with time for conversation.
Bradford Unitarians is available as a venue for regular hire. The modern, airy building has excellent acoustics, an organ and a grand piano. There is disabled access and an induction loop for hearing aid users. There is also plenty of parking, both in our own car park and free on-street parking.
We also host a number of one-off events throughout the year – see our newsletters https://bradfordunitarians.org.uk/newsletters/