The Crossing at St Pauls (Walsall) Reviews
Newest Review: ... can imagine our horror when we heard that the inside of the building was to be gutted to make way for commercial units! The final service was held and the church deconsecrated. A high metal fence was put round the building and work began inside. I was really quite upset, more on my mom's behalf than my own, that this beautiful church was to be ruined and become a place just for people to make money. In fact I likened it to the money lenders that Jesus threw out of the temple! I was that cross! I was, however, in for a very pleasant surprise. The outside of the building remained the same as it had always been which was a good start. I... more
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by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 204 readings)
The Crossing at St Pauls is situated in Walsall in the West Midlands which was my home town until six years ago when I moved to Llandudno. St Pauls is next to the main bus station in the centre of the town. There has been a place of worship on the site ever since the mid 1800's when it was just a chapel linked to the local Queen Mary's School. The church building in its present form was consecrated on 28th September 1893 when the area around the building was mainly residential. It remained as a church until 1994/95 when the inside of the building was redeveloped into The Crossing at St Pauls to reflect the fact that the surrounding area had become mainly ... Read the complete review
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