The inside of Radford Road Church
Radford Road Church is a Local Ecumenical Partnership between the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church. It was formed in 1992 by the joining together of Trinity Methodist Church and Spencer Street United Reformed Church.
This stained glass window over the entrance to the church shows, from left to right, the logo of the United Reformed Church, the open Bible, the empty cross, the dove of peace and the logo of the Methodist Church.
Shortly after the union of the two congregations extensive work was carried out to the building which had been used by the Methodists for 120 years. This resulted in creating an immediate pleasing impression of light, warmth, welcome and care all of which are conducive to worship. Further structural alterations, a few years later, involved the linking of the Hall and the Church and the modernisation of the premises which are now used extensively by various Church and other groups throughout the week.
Our congregation is drawn from all parts of Leamington Spa, Warwick and the surrounding villages. Some in our congregation have their origins in other parts of the UK and a small group are from the Caribbean.
As a Methodist Church, we are part of the Mid-Warwickshire Circuit and the Birmingham District. As a United Reformed Church, we are part of the West Midlands Synod. Some Church members retain their individual denominational membership whilst those who join by profession of faith receive joint membership of the two denominations.
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