Facilities and features
Flat entrance at Albion Street door
Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott with the foundation stone being laid on 16 February 1854. Consecrated on 10 July 1856.
A Grade 2 listed building of significant size with many beautiful and interesting features. The church was designed to seat a congregation of 947. The pews, of pitch pine, are those in use today although reduced in number, in the 1980s, to create space for a large narthex, kitchen and toilets.
Music and Worship
BCP Holy Communion on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 8am
BCP Holy Communion on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 10am followed by refreshments
Groups, Courses and Activities
AA Recovery meet in the church building on Tuesdays at 10.30am
Help for Visitors
See the website for more details
Available in church
Thursdays at 11am.