the church was built in 1864, it remained unchanged until March
1993 when a Development Appeal began, which has since
transformed the Church. A massive £220K was raised and
the work began. This refurbishment was completed in three
I - 1995 saw the demolition of the old vestry, purchase of land
and the building extension at the rear of the church.
II - Commenced shortly after phase I and involved repointing
the exterior of the building, roof repairs and window repairs.
III - Was when the internal works began, this consisted in adding
the back reception area/crèche area, a meeting room, a
kitchen and toilets.
main worship area was also transformed with the removal of the
old pews and the introduction of upholstered wooden chairs, the
area was painted in bold colours, it included the addition of
focal point a large wooden cross on the front wall, and a smaller
cross is replicated on the rear wall. There was a new lighting
system installed, underfloor heating & carpet and a new sound
system which includes an inductive loop which delivers sound
to the whole worship area and the back reception area.
works were completed in 23rd December 2001, when a Rededication
Service was held by Prof. Alan Main. This brings us to the Church
we have today.