Old Hall Road, Sale Moor, Cheshire M33
A church of the 1970s, not of special architectural or historic interest, although well-designed for its purpose.
The parish was formed in 1975, when a house was acquired and the cellar adapted for worship. The combined church and hall was opened in 1977. The building is of brick with a tile roof and a main entrance in the long west side. It has plain windows, with additional lighting provided by a clerestory facing west along the top. The building is framed internally with laminated timber arches and divided by a glazed screen with a hall on the south side and worship area to the north. The interior is simply appointed with modern furnishings.
Architect: Lanners of Wakefield
Original Date: 1977
Conservation Area: No
Listed Grade: Not Listed