Although our church building is very old, it provides a wonderful facility for our worship services and other activities of the congregation. The sanctuary provides a great area for our services to be held. The historical organ that was introduced into the sanctuary in 1973 has been a great addition and has provided inspiring music for our services over the years.

A hall which is adjacent to the sanctuary provides a great area for meetings, dinners and other gatherings. With its up to date kitchen, the ladies are able to cater for such things as congregational dinners, wedding receptions and luncheons or afternoon teas following funerals.

Sunday School rooms were added in the mid 1970s which provide space for Sunday School classes, Confirmation classes and other small meetings. In this area, is also located the office of our South Sudanese Lay Worker.

Also on the site is an old converted house, Tyne Cottage, which serves as a place for morning teas to be held following our Sunday services. It is also used for our South Sudanese Fellowship gatherings and for committee meetings.

Our church office and Pastor’s office have been in the upstairs of the church building for some years but have been recently relocated on the ground floor making access to the offices much better and more inviting.