St. Alban's Church Is Coming 'Back To Life'

A welcome service will be held on Sunday

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St Alban's Acton Green will shortly be back to life for the first time in about 8 years, and work has been underway to prepare for this.

Christ Church W4 will be welcoming people back to church on Sunday 28 September, not just at its well known site in the middle of Turnham Green, Town Hall Avenue, but also in the previously disused church on Acton Green Common.

Christ Church Turnham Green

It will be a big challenge ahead to bring this building back to life For God, For the Community and For Each Other, but the team at Christ Church are ready and excited about the task.

Vicar, Richard Moy, said, 'The first task will be to get the building totally watertight, then warm, and after that to develop a wonderful God-honouring resource for the whole community'.

Roof repairs are expected to begin from Spring next year, but many improvements have already been made to the fabric inside, and around 70 people are expected to be at the 28 September service, including a lot of children who will be made very welcome in this family friendly church space.

So you are warmly welcome to worship at St Alban's at 10:30am and at Christ Church on Turnham Green at 9am; 10:30am, 4:30pm or 8pm. The following week will be a harvest festival at both sites and all are welcome to that too.

Christ Church W4 the new name for the multiste church made up of Christ Church Turnham Green, St Alban's Acton Green and the Mission Hall on Cunnington Street.

September 19, 2014