The Church Hall
During a time in which a great deal of building and regeneration had been taking place in and around the parish from about 2009 onwards, our church has made its own contribution in creating better facilities and opportunities for our community through a one year programme of refurbishment of our cold, dated, not very user-friendly church hall. It had stood us in good enough stead for 50 years but standards and expectations have changed enormously for community spaces and we had become way below standard.
A radical refurbishment of our church hall was completed in 2011 and this launched our contribution of a fine new community space, as partners in all that is going on alongside the church. You can visit the Photos section of this site for images of the opening of the refurbished hall by the newly consecrated Bishop of Stepney, the Rt. Revd. Adrian Newman in July 2011 on his first church engagement as a bishop.
At present, these are the groups which use our church hall:
Our regular users of the church hall every weekday up to 1 pm are the 'Moving on Up' group of 'Blue Skies' a group for young adults with learning difficulties (part of the range of services offered by RCHL (Redbridge Community Housing Ltd.)
Every Friday from 1pm - 4 pm Pathways Trust alternative therapy group runs a drop-in clinic offering a range of high-quality alternative therapies from highly qualified and experienced practitioners at the astonishing cost of only £7.50 per treatment!
On Tuesday evenings Cocaine Anonymous meets from 7.30 pm. Clicking on their name will open the website for Cocaine Anonymous.
Our fellow Christians in Forward in Faith Ministries International have also long worshipped in our church hall and they enhance our life with their spirited and Spirit-led praise and worship.
The full timetable for current activities can be downloaded here.
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