Unitarian Chapel Oldham is open to all who wish to worship God and to follow the teachings of Jesus. Sunday services take place at 11.00am and all are welcome. The congregation is self-governing on democratic principles and is affiliated to the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches and the Manchester District Association.
Although founded in 1813, the present chapel was built in 1970 the chapel holds a central place in Oldham not only as a religious meeting house but it is also home to the One World Café. It also helps to support local charities including OSCA (Oldham Carers in Autism) Oldham and Ukeff (UK Education & Faith Foundation)
The Unitarian Chapel and One World Cafe provide a convenient meeting place for groups and individuals.
The One World Café Folk Club meets on the third Thursday evening of each month, from 7.30 p.m. Led by Irving Lewis, this popular folk venue offers a warm welcome to everyone.
Address: Connaught Street
Off King's Street Roundabout,
Oldham OL8 1EB
Telephone: 0161 620 1810
Minister: Rev. R. Pounder
Secretary: Mrs. C. Hall
President: Professor Alan Williams
Treasurer: Mr. T. Clarke