Our Space

St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, as the building was previously known, dates from the late seventeenth century, and its fascinating heritage is reflected in the fact that it is Grade II(*) listed as a building with special architectural or historic interest. Though there have been many changes over the years, the interior is largely traditional, with wooden pews and some stained glass, and it is popular as a venue for weddings, baby blessings and memorial services.

As well as being used for regular worship and rites of passage, the Chapel is a popular concert venue. The main body of the Chapel is level and accessible and we have a microphone and hearing loop system. A music system, movable large-screen TV and internet connection are available so that events can be shared online, and the Chapel has kitchen facilities as well as an upstairs meeting room.

Getting here

A bicycle rack is available in the Chapel grounds.

Parking outside the chapel is limited to ten minutes but there are public car parks nearby including The Shambles Car Park, Monk Bar Car Park and Foss Bank Car Park.

Park and Ride buses and local buses also stop nearby, with the closest bus stop being on Stonebow.

St. Saviourgate Chapel

the oldest surviving nonconformist chapel in York