Archives – Warrington (Appleton)

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AIM Church has been serving the community of Appleton, Warrington, since 1987.  It was in 1986, as the area of Appleton was beginning to grow with new housing, that a small group of Christian’s, some who were moving in to the area, realised that the area of new housing didn’t have immediate local access to a church.  After praying about the situation, it was decided a church should be “planted” as near to the new housing development as possible and a suitable place to meet was sought.  An approach was made to Appleton Parish Council to enquire if it would be possible to hire Appleton Parish Hall as a venue for a church service.  The Parish Council was agreeable and on the 13th September 1987 the first service was held and the church has been meeting there every week since!

At the time of opening the church were supported by the Home Missions Department of the Independent Methodist Connexion and, in time, they successfully applied to become a church in the Independent Methodist denomination.  The church has continued to this day.

(Adapted from the AIM Church website)

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