Bradford Cathedral 
1 Stott Hill

Service starts at 4.00pm

Getting there by rail: Bradford Cathedral is a five-minute walk from Bradford Forster Square train station and a ten-minute walk from Bradford Interchange train station. Both stations are serviced by taxis.

For the latest train times, please visit National Rail Enquiries.

Getting there by bus from the Royal Armouries Conference: 12 minutes' walk to Leeds City Centre, there catch bus X6 or 72 to Hall Ings, the Cathedral is a seven-minute walk.

Getting there by car: You can get to the Cathedral grounds by following the signs for the Cathedral when travelling on the A650 Shipley / Airedale Road.

Parking on site is extremely limited and, for the most part, does not offer any accessibility benefit to those with limited mobility. We suggest that those with accessibility needs are dropped off at the gate on Stott Hill. 

There is parking at the Broadway Bradford shopping centre, which can be accessed off Leeds Road, but there are alternative car parks in the area.

To find Bradford Cathedral from the Broadway Bradford, use the lifts of stairs to get onto the ground floor and head towards Marks and Spencer. From there, leave by the doors and you should see a statue in front of you. From here, either enter via the State Gate entrance straight ahead and to your left, or head up Church Bank to the right to find the other entrances.

Accessibility: Parts of the Cathedral and its ground were built in medieval times so some of the ground is uneven. There is flat access into the Cathedral from the Stott Hill entrance and through the North Door, and there are accessibility ramps on the north side of the Cathedral to allow access to the East End of the building. For further assistance please contact the Ordinations Team, ordinations@methodistchurch.org.uk. 

Church website: Welcome to Bradford Cathedral 

The Offering: You can if you wish make your donation (including Gift Aid) to the Methodist Church Fund, which supports ministerial training and the fostering of vocations.
Donate here.

Watch live online

This ordination service will be available to view live below, or on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/live/sAR9_G2FxfA

Download the order of service