The church is a Grade 1 listed building built in 1865-69.
It stands in an elevated position overlooking the popular market town of Todmorden, West Yorkshire.
It is a beautiful, characterful and much-loved building full of quirky features and secret places, managing to be both grand and imposing, and warm and welcoming at the same time.
Todmorden Unitarian Church is open for weddings and events and offers full catering and access facilities. The church has hosted candlelit concerts, rock ‘n’ roll gigs, parties, weddings, blessings, exhibitions, festivals and many other great community events.
It is of great historical importance, being one of the very few Unitarian churches built in the UK, and having been built in honour of the philanthropist ‘Honest John’ Fielden, MP by his three sons. It is now maintained by a dedicated team of local volunteers under the care of the Historic Chapels Trust.