In 2011, Gleneagles Anglican Church took the decision to raise funds for a Church and Community Building of its own. We have purchased land in Farm Road, Wellingborough and commissioned a firm of architects who designed a building for the 21st Century which will be used not only as a Christian place of worship on Sundays but also 7 days a week for a wide variety of community activities. In an area of established and expanding population there is no church building and no community building that is set aside for the wide variety of activities needed to build community cohesion.
Our charitable objects are to promote in the parish the whole mission of the Church, pastoral, evangelistic, social and ecumenical. Despite the serious disadvantage of not having our own premises, Gleneagles Anglican Church is at the heart of Redwell’s multi-cultural population and provides a range of services and support for people of all ages and backgrounds, whether they are Christian or not. We have a very active and engaged group of people, this report lays out what we are currently doing…Action in the Community
So, thank you for visiting our Building Project website. A lot has been happening over recent months; we’ve added a lot of new material to the various pages on the site and moved some items around.
We are also re-launching our applications to Grant Making Trusts – 120 have been sent and others are under preparation.
Phased Approach – for a description of the new approach and the rationale behind it please click this link…Phased Approach to Building Project web version
Funding Plan – this is the plan as we head towards May 2020…Fundraising Plan May 2020 web version
Latest Funding News: We have just been awarded £50,000 from The Beatrice Laing Trust – many thanks to our Patron, David Laing.
Funding Progress – we have set ourselves the target of raising £1.6m as outlined in our Funding Plan – here is our progress to date…Funding Plan Fundraising Totals Sept 19
We have a New Brochure – this can be found on the Funding Brochure Page and our Promotional Video now has its own page.
July 4th, 2015
Psalm 127:1 “Unless the Lord builds the house the builders labour in vain.”
A brief history of the building project
“Whilst praying about Gleneagles Anglican Church in March 2007 on the day before…”[…]