St Andrew’s Methodist Church was opened on January 6th, 1968, by Mr. J. W. Chisholm, Trust Secretary, and dedicated for “the worship of Almighty God and the service of the community” by Rev W. H. Bridge, Chairman of the Birmingham Methodist District.
Rev F. R. Dowson, Superintendent Minister of the Worcester Circuit, preached the sermon and in the congregation were representatives of the Free Churches, the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church and the Mayor and Town Clerk of Worcester and Member of Parliament for Worcester. The Architects were Messrs. Shingler Risdon Associates
(Mr. Norman Webster, A.R.I.B.A.)
Externally the Church, which cantilevers extensively over. the shops below, has been faced with large stone panels which contrast sharply with the glass and facing brickwork used. on the remainder of the building.
The main entrance is dominated by a full height window extending three storeys from pavement level, constructed of concrete mullions and coloured glass set in