I've mentioned how Churches come and go with some older ones perhaps becoming apartments but there are other buildings converting to places of worship - like this one below.
|Used to be one of those splendid Picture Palaces.|
What's interesting about this congregation and their faith is the enthusiasm - the people who attend make an occasion of their visit and they're often out passing leaflets and encouraging others to 'see the light'.
This is (as you can see) a Pentecostal Church - The term Pentecostal comes from the Greek name for the Jewish Feast of Weeks.
Pentecostal Churches are revivalist churches and a worldwide movement where congregants may speak in tongues and believe in present day miracles.
The Elim Pentecostal Church was founded by a Welshman George Jeffreys at a difficult and challenging time for faith in Europe (1915).
|Converse- A reward for my feet|
Another miracle of the internet (and Small Pleasure) - my feedback and insights into web application meant I was rewarded - amazing to convert this virtual time into a pair of leisure shoes by very efficient JD sports - all quite painless and rather jolly.
|£48.85 will soon be £50|
|A rather nice identifier|
On with the faith and we've got a Churchfield Road.
|Another Blue Door with staggered numbers (above) and rather nice glazed panels|