This is your church and a prayerful place
where we give thanks to God for His love for us
and our love for Him.
We look forward to welcoming you.
May God Bless you.
“Through friendly worship for all, we aim to grow in Christ, in faith and in strength.”
Why is the Church so special?
In 1984, Bishop David Shepherd and Archbishop Derek Warlock, close friends with a common philosophy of “better together”, put forward a proposal for a shared church to be built on land originally designated for a Roman Catholic church. The project was discussed and approved by both congregations. The construction plans were drawn up and after much tough decision-making the foundation stone of the new joint church was laid in July 1988.
The decision was made to unite the names of the two churches into one: “The Church of the Resurrection and of St Bridget”. In September 1989 the building was opened with a Service of Dedication. A cross, donated by the Bishops, was placed on the wall behind the altar. An upper room was added to the building in the early 1990s. In November 1995 Revd. Michael Mills departed for another parish and Revd. Steve Elstob succeeded him as Vicar in June 1996. He departed in September 2007. Revd. Denise Williams joined us in 2008 until her retirement in January 2015.