Current Refurbishment / Re-development

At the end of 2011, we embarked on the Development Project to make the Church more flexible and accessible to all in the 21st Century. This will include:

 A new attractive entrance giving access for all physical abilities to all areas of the Church premises

The levelling of the worship area floor and replacing the pews with chairs, thus giving a large, flexible open space

 Providing an insulated ceiling and new, efficient heating system

 Providing a second smaller kitchen with a Coffee Lounge area

New entrance with access for all to the premises

This project will:

 provide a worship area allowing more flexible forms of worship

provide disabled access to all parts of the premises - access for all

  provide greater use of the premises for the Church and Community throughout the day

 give groups the facilities to expand their activities

 give an enhanced visual presence of the Church on North Street

  reduce our carbon footprint

 By March 2019, we finally raised all the money required and the builders moved in on Monday 29 April 2019.  

 11 months later we moved  back in, Sunday 15 March 2020 was our first morning service led by our Minister, Rev John Pugh

Our very own Peter laid the first plank of the new flooring - but Ryan finished it off !

Under the watchful eye of Paul (the boss)

The old entrance doors have been recycled in the corridor. 
These doors were handmade by John Wilford, and it's great
that we get to keep them.

Look what we found under the cross 

Our pews have found new homes.  A garden seat and a pub seat (as demonstrated by members of our Ladies Circle Group