Posted: January 2019
After last Sunday morning's service, it was furniture-moving time to prepare for the arrival of the builders the following morning. Whilst the entrance area of the church is given a makeover, room had to be made for more seats downstairs for the next couple of months. This is because the gallery will be screened off during the building and not available on Sundays.
The building project will help us to offer an attractive, accessible town centre meeting place offering a warm welcome, simple refreshments and a listening ear. The latter will be a new service of trained listeners being available for anyone who needs someone to talk to. To read more about the project, click here.
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Hall, rooms 4/5/6