List of places of worship in Harrogate

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Below is a list of places of worship in Harrogate, North Yorkshire by denomination.


Church of England[edit]


Trinity Methodist Church, Harrogate

The Methodist churches in Harrogate are all part of the Nidd Valley Circuit in the Yorkshire North and East District, formerly (before 2017) part of the Leeds District.[2]

The former Wesleyan Chapel on Grove Road, now a guest house, is a Grade II listed Italianate building, dating from 1896.

Roman Catholic[edit]

St. Robert's Church, Harrogate

United Reformed[edit]

  • Bilton Grange URC, Woodfield Road,[8] founded in 1906 as a 'Church Plant' from Victoria Avenue Congregational Church, with services initially held in temporary premises on Skipton Road now known as the "Jehovah's Witnesses Hall".[9]
  • St. Paul's Church, Victoria Avenue
  • West Park United Reformed Church, Harrogate



  1. ^ Service for Frank, accessed 26 June 2020
  2. ^ Methodist Church of Great Britain, Leeds District, Statistics for Mission: District Mapping Packs, Methodist Conference 2017, accessed 25 June 2020
  3. ^ Bilton Area Methodist Church
  4. ^ Harlow Hill Methodist Church
  5. ^ Killinghall Methodist Church
  6. ^ Pannal Methodist Church
  7. ^ Woodlands Methodist Church
  8. ^ Bilton Grange United Reformed Church
  9. ^ Bilton Grange URC, History, accessed 26 June 2020
  10. ^ Welcome to Harrogate, accessed 23 November 2019
  11. ^ Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, Chaplaincy, accessed 23 November 2019
  12. ^ York Area Quakers, Harrogate Quaker meeting, accessed 27 October 2016
  13. ^ Harrogate Christadelphians, accessed 25 January 2018