Manchester Road, West Timperley, Altrincham, Cheshire WA14
A modern building of good functional design but without special architectural interest. A window by Doritie Kettlewell is of some artistic interest.
Timperley House was bought in 1930 and used for worship and a new church built in 1931. The house was afterwards demolished and a presbytery built. The church, intended as a temporary structure, was eventually succeeded by a new building in 1981 and the old church adapted to serve as a parish centre.
The church is a low building of brick with a low pyramidal roof supported by exposed steel framework. Simply arranged inside, with modern furnishings, there is an L- shaped window at the northeast end designed by the illustrator Doritie Kettlewell.
Original Date: 1981
Conservation Area: Yes
Listed Grade: Not Listed