Some background

In 1990, the premises of Saltisford Evangelical Church in Albert Street, Warwick were becoming too small for the growing congregation. Consequently, the church started holding its Sunday morning service at Myton School. In 1996, because numbers continued to rise, some of the church members started a Sunday morning service back at Albert Street.

As both congregations expanded, in 2003 two distinct churches were formed. Those meeting at Albert Street retained the name Saltisford Church while those meeting at the school adopted the name Myton Church.

Our relationship with Myton School

Over the years, a good working relationship has been established between the church and Myton School. The church was happy to be the major community sponsor in the school’s successful bid for Science College status.

We use the Lower School Hall, dining area and classrooms for our Sunday morning services and also other parts of the school for one of our children’s clubs and our annual holiday club.

The school also allowed us to build our Church Centre on site, which was used not only as our administration base, but also for a variety of midweek meetings and activities. In June 2014 we took on a Community Centre in South Leamington and we are in the process of developing a range of activities there providing a cradle to grave facility for the local community.

At the end of May 2019 our agreement with the school to use the Church Centre as an office space came to an end and we moved offices to Jubilee House, Leamington Spa. Jubilee House is located at the rear of the Westbury Centre.