PARISHIONERS are to have their say on redevelopment plans at a church.
Three thousand questionnaires are to be sent out for people to give their ideas about the proposed changes at the Church of Christ the King in Battyeford.
The church sold its parish rooms in Stocks Bank Road last summer, to help pay for a new roof and heating system at the church.
The vicar, Canon Roy Clements, said the sale would herald a new future for the church, which was built in 1973.
This month's parish magazine gives details on plans for the church which are due to start next spring.
In the redevelopment plans, which people are being asked to comment on, are improvements to the workship area, an extension to the common room and new kitchen and toilet facilities.
People are also being asked what type of facilities they wanted at the modified church.
Mr Clements said: "We are at an exciting time in our church's development, but it is also a time which will test our patience, endurance and faith."
He added that more money and fundraising were needed.
Applications are also being made to funding agencies.
The project is due to start in April, 2005, and be completed in the September.