A new roof, a new kitchen & a new decor for the whole building
Link to the local Evening Mail Story is below:-
Millom Baptist Church have received £56,000 from different Charity Trusts to help finance a new roof for the sanctuary. The work will be ongoing for the next few weeks but the church will be open as usual for all the normal activities.
Below are some photographs of the church before the work was done and some photographs of the work being carried out:-
And after Paul Wilson & his team had finished – GREAT JOB done boys!:-
The 3rd photograph shows some of the names of people who supported the church by paying £5 for a new slate
We would like to thank the following, for without them the work could not have been completed; Thrive Renewables @ www.thriverenewables.co.uk
The Co-op, Travis Perkins, Alan Evans Memorial Trust, Allchurches Trust Ltd, Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust, C.G.P., Garfield Weston Charitable Trust & The Hadfield Trust. We also had numerous anonymous donations from Trusts & from within our own local community.
You could still help us to raise money for the new roof by choosing us as your good cause and becoming a member of the co-op at www.coop.co.uk/membership
The link to Millom Baptist Church’s own page on the Co-op website is – https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/13889/
The Tesco ‘Bags for Life’ project ran during January and February 2018 & we were very fortunate to be awarded with the first place of £4,000 – this finance will help to refurbish the Main Hall within the church building. We would like to thank all the local community for voting for Millom Baptist Church during January & February.
The painting commenced in the sanctuary on August 6th and once the sanctuary was finished the decorators moved into the Main Hall, the work was finally completed on August 25th. Neil Thompson & Roy Palmer – both local decorators, performed the work.
And finally – a new kitchen