Building for the future


Our current fundraising total brings us to 93% of our £1.7m target...

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Our Vision


Around fifty years ago a group of Christians had a vision to establish a church in Binscombe.

Many people over this time have benefitted from their vision and investment. Times have changed but our commitment and vision remain the same; to create a church centre that will bring the Christian message in word and action to the people of Binscombe and beyond, both for today and for future generations.

The Need


Over recent years we have seen significant growth in people and in the number of different church and community activities.

Whilst we welcome this growth it has considerably stretched our capacity to function well in our current building. A lack of space to grow, limited social and circulation space, inadequate accessibility and a general deterioration of our current building were the key factors behind our decision in May 2015 to submit rebuild designs for Planning Application.

Full Permission to rebuild was granted by Waverley Borough Council on 5th November 2015. To view our application, with related documents and plans, click or tap here.

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Could you help us meet our fundraising target of £1.7m?




We would value your PRAYERS for this exciting step forward in our church’s history.

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Sir John Laing film
Click or tap here to see a 3-minute film illustrating the impact of the generosity of Sir John Laing in match-funding our original build in 1965...


Binscombe Church at the heart of the community

We average 125 people in our main Sunday service, with special events being frequently in excess of 160.

In order to create space to welcome more people, from September 2018 we moved our Sunday morning programme to our local Secondary School.

Throughout the week our building is used for various Bible studies, prayer meetings and planning meetings as well as a range of community activities.

Our oversubscribed Toddlers group serves around 30 families and our four youth groups, ranging from reception to year 13, host around 80 local children. Our Women’s Fellowship holds a weekly worship service for around 25 ladies. Other events that we host include; debt management courses, youth justice meetings, mediation services, community forums, parties, craft events, quiz nights, polling station, Parkinson's Choir and training events.

In the future we would like to explore other valuable resources to serve our community, such as becoming a debt centre.

The Design Scheme

Our vision is to create a new facility that has a welcoming feel with accessible and flexible space throughout with the following key elements:

A spacious and welcoming café style reception area that serves as a social hub and provides easy access to all key areas of the building.

• It will benefit from a multipurpose main meeting room with space for normal Sunday meetings, larger meetings and social events.

• A supplementary hall will be a multipurpose space for smaller meetings, social events, Sunday morning children’s group activities and midweek children’s and youth groups and other mid week meetings.

• The new facility will enjoy modern and accessible toilets.

• A suite of other rooms will be versatile, providing for private meetings, admin work stations for Church staff and volunteers, crèche, storage areas and a Pastor's study.

• The kitchen will have capacity to cater for simple drinks and refreshment provision as well as for larger catering events.


The 3 Computer Generated Images below have been generously donated by Matthew Harwood, Architectural Designer - Blue Forest

An artist's impression of the finished building

How the front of the site might appear from the street
How the site might appear from the street

An artist's impression of the entrance foyer


The Costs

Including the removal of our existing building, the estimated cost of this project is £1.7m.


Fundraising Progress

Here is the latest available information on our Fundraising effort for the new building...

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Total as at 3rd May 2023:


93.2% of £1.7m target


 For more information on how you can GIVE, click or tap here.