Facilities and features



A limited number of cars can park in front of the Church building

We have accessible toilets in our on site community centre

This is situated in the Community centre vestibule.

Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print

We welcome dogs - but we do ask that the owners keep them on a lead

Our Building

Grade Ii listed building. The architect was Thomas Kemp. The church was attended by Queen Adelaide, the Peel family and many other notable characters.

Eco Church

Music and Worship

The concerts are advertised on our web pages


Please feel free to come and listen to our choir, or indeed to join it!

Groups, Courses and Activities

Groups meet in our Community Centre

Groups meet in our Community Centre

Groups meet in our Community Centre

Groups meet in our Community Church cafe

U3A meet in our Community Centre

welcome in our cafe and groups meet in our Community centre

Help for Visitors

Ask at the cafe

Guidebooks / Notes

All welcome to have drinks snacks and light lunches

9:30 until 15:00 whilst the cafe is running

Other Features


We collect food for the City Mission foodbank

Audio-Visual Facilities

We are in the Kingscliffe Conservation Area

Urban Priority Area

Please see
for information about hiring the church
for centre and church inquiries

Members of our church support this initiative