The Church was built in Central Hall style in 1932 and comprises the main Church complete with a gallery, 5 other halls and numerous ancillary rooms. For Sunday Worship the Church is usually seated for 300 for CITY LIFE WORSHIP but can accommodate up to 500 (including 200 in the gallery). Alternatively it is used for musical concerts and professional examinations.
The Church has worked with the community for the past 75 years. The original
remit from the benefactor (Herbert Collins) was
"I have built the houses
now build a place for the people to go". With the aid of J.Arthur Rank
the buildings were constructed complete at that time with full cinema
The Church is now a grade II listed building.
Renamed "286" it now houses 3 Church's working together
The Methodist Church meets in the newly refurbrished chapel in the Nona Bell centre
Flower of Justice meets in the Rear Hall.