Furness Road, Moor Close, Workington, CA14 3PD
From parish website
A plain post-Vatican II design, built to serve a post-war housing estate.
The parish was erected in 1964 to serve new housing in Westfield. A church hall was used from 1966 until October 1982, when the present church was consecrated by Bishop Pearson of Lancaster. The architects were Harry Walters & Livesey (CBR, 1981). The building is faced in roughcast cement, under a pitched slate roof. A carved figure of Christus Rex is fixed to the gable of an entrance projection. The interior was not inspected; a photograph on the parish website (above) shows a polygonal space with bare brick walls, boarded timber roof and rear/top lighting over the altar.
Entry amended by AHP 21.12.2020
Architect: Harry Walters & Livesey
Original Date: 1982
Conservation Area: No
Listed Grade: Not Listed