Paul visited the new home of LifeSpring Church today.
The Church was founded in 1998 by Tony and Ursual Wastall who moved to Wolverhampton from West Yorkshire. Over the last fourteen years they have met in a hotel, a school hall and a lecture theatre before purchasing the former Hi-Q Tyre Depot on Clifton Street in 2009. The depot was pulled down and work began on a new state-of-the-art facility in July 2011, taking twelve months to complete. There are already plans for a second phase to the project, including the extension of the auditorium to accommodate 500 people.
LifeSpring is heavily involved in engaging with the community; including debt counselling, prison work and engaging with children and young people. They also run Life Groups Alpha Courses and Sunday services amongst other activities. The ministry reaches across the globe too, with projects in the Philippines, India and Mozambique.
Paul said, 'I was delighted to see LifeSpring's new home and was very impressed with the facility. It has certainly brought regeneration to the Chapel Ash area. It was also great to hear about the work the Church is doing to help people across Wolverhampton and beyond, LifeSpring offer a great example of how to reach the disadvantaged in our society.'
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