Ullet Road Unitarian Church

57 Ullet Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool L17 2AA



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The Choir
The Choir at Ullet Road exists to help lead the worship with its singing, and to continue the tradition that music has played an integral part of the life of this church for hundreds of years. The current Choir is proud to continue, maintain and develop this excellent singing tradition at Ullet Road, providing music of a very high standard to complement the liturgy.

The Services
The choir meet on a Wednesday at 3.30pm for an hour. The choir are taught the skills to sing the hymns. The choirs aim is the fill the church with song during the Sunday Service.

Joining the Choir
Interested in joining Ullet Road Church Choir? Please contact Caroline at c.m.shipton@btinternet.com

Dr Zsuza Howarth
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The Organ
The Ullet Road Unitarian Church organ is the second of two Liverpool William Hill organs to receive a certificate from the British Institute of Organ Studies, the other being St John`s Church of England in Tuebrook. The awarded Grade 2 certificate was for the Ullet Road "organ whilst not unaltered, nevertheless contains important historical material." The aim of the certificate, established in 1995, is to attempt to ensure the preservation and conservation of such organs. The 3 manual organ (1869) was originally built for Renshaw Street Chapel where it replaced a "very good one" installed ready for the chapel`s opening on 20th October 1811.


Pedal Organ
Harmonic Bass (32')
Open Diapason (16')
Bourdon (16')
Bass Flute (8')
Trombone (16')

Choir Organ
Hohl Flute (8')
Dulciana (8')
Viol D' Orchestre (8')
Wald Flute (4')
Clarinet (8')

Great Organ
Double Diapason (16')
Open Diapason (8')
Stopped Diapason (8')
Principal (4')
Harmonic Flute (4')
Twelfth (2 2/3')
Fifteenth (2')
Mixture (III)
Trumpet (8)

Swell Organ
Lieblich Bourdon (16')
Open Diapason (8')
Rohr Flute (8')
Vox Angelica (8')
Salicional (8')
Gemshorn (4')
Piccolo (2')
Mixture (III')
Oboe (8')
Cornopean (8')

Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell to Choir
Swell Octave
Swell Suboctave
Choir to Great
Choir to Pedal
Choir Octave
Choir Suboctave
Great to Pedal