Church moves to temporary modular unit supplied by CabinsGB

Higham Ferrers and Rushden worshippers return to church after building's rebirth.

The long-term project to redevelop a landmark church in the heart of Higham Ferrers has reached a another milestone as worshippers returned to the much-loved building.

Higham Methodist Church in Higham Road had been set to be demolished at the end of the last century but after the congregations of two churches combined - one in Rushden and one in Higham - a fundraising campaign began.

In 2005, the hard work to raise £950,000 was started to transform the vandalised Edwardian church to reopen as Hope Methodist Church.

Moving back onto the site in July 2016 into a temporary modular unit, a committee began the task of raising the funds to complete phase one of the rebuild.

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