Facilities and features

Accessibility

Two male and two female toilets are available within the church and community complex and an accessible toilet is next to the community hall.

Available in accessible toilet.

These facilities are only for those using the church and community complex. Parking is at the car owners own risk.

Alarm fitted.

Three accessible parking spaces are available adjacent to the community hall and one to the front of the church. All are clearly marked.

A defibrillator is accessible in the Community Hall entrance during normal working hours.

There is ramped access to both the church and Community Hall.

A Hearing Induction Loop is fitted in the church's worship space.

Large print Hymn books are available.

Assistance dogs are allowed in the church and Community facilities.


Our Building


Music and Worship

Occasional concerts are held in the church by the Chippenham Male Voice Choir, Chippenham Light Operatic Group and professional entertainers in association with The Pound/Rural Arts, Corsham.

Organ

A small choir supports our main services.


Groups, Courses and Activities

A local Brownies and Guides Group use the Community Hall.

A fellowship group meets after the Wednesday and Sunday services.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and the Tom Metcalfe Centre use our community facilities. The Foodbox supplies excess supermarket goods to those in need and operates out of the church: more information is available from the priest in charge.

Guides
Messy Church

Once a month there is a fellowship lunch.

The Aspire Toddlers meet on Thursday mornings in the community hall.

Lordsmead Playgroup uses the church's community facilities for its work during the week.


Help for Visitors

We have free wifi throughout the complex.

A note sheet describes the history of the church and its Roper art heritage.

Usually open in working hours.


Other Features

Church hall and a range of meeting rooms available for hire. Main church worship space also for hire at the discretion of the priest in charge and church wardens.

Products used within the church are Fairtrade wherever possible.