St Dionis, a Grade II listed church and thriving community at the heart of Parsons Green, is updating its facilities as part of its “Living Space” project.
The St Dionis community hopes that Living Space will help to open up the Church as a community hub, with a more inviting and accessible entrance facing the Green, and improved facilities within the building.
By updating its facilities, St Dionis will be able to offer a welcoming space not just at its Sunday services, but also for toddler groups, evening classes, school assemblies, and much more. Hospitality is at the heart of St Dionis, and the Living Space project seeks to transform the church’s ability to meet the needs of the local community.
St Dionis are hoping to deliver:
- more space within the church;
- the creation of a kitchen pod with a flexible room above;
- new state of the art kitchen facilities;
- and enhanced practicality and accessibly of the building.
Local MP for Chelsea & Fulham, Greg Hands, visited St Dionis last year and, commenting on the proposals, said: “It’s great to hear that St Dionis is looking to adapt itself to provide a more visible and welcoming frontage on the Green, more modern and accessible facilities – all while maintaining its distinctive character as a local church.
“I wish St Dionis every luck in its Living Space project, and if you can contribute to their fundraising to help them reach their target, I know they and the wider Parsons Green community would be really grateful.”
You can find more details – including how to support and donate to St Dionis’s “Living Space” project here.