Moravian Church, Gomersal

The repair and refurbishment of a Grade ll listed Moravian Church, along with the conversion of an adjoining cottage to provide kitchen facilities, toilets and an office at first floor.

The Church sits at the centre of a community originally built around 1755, though it was much altered by the Victorians.   The work involved major roof and wall repairs, all using traditional materials.  The refurbishment of the church included the removal of a false ceiling at balcony level to reveal the 19th century interior.

The works were grant aided in two phases, through the English Heritage/Heritage Lottery Fund Repairs Grant Scheme for Historic Places of Worship, and cost approximately £280,000.