Project 100 is the strategic plan developed by the pastor and members of the New Seasons church to work towards the repair and refurbishment of the church building.
An overview of the required work undertaken in November of 2004 indicated that the sum of at least £100,000 would be required to carry out essential repairs and upgrades; hence the title ‘PROJECT 100’.
Perhaps the highest priority we must work towards is fulfilling our obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act (1995). This act makes it unlawful for service providers to treat disabled people less favourably than they would treat other people, for a reason related to their disability when offering or providing goods, facilities or services.
As a church we recognise that we are a service provider and will therefore make every effort to make our buildings and activities accessible to all.
Other elements of Project 100 include the provision of disabled toilets and the refurbishment of our current old and decaying toilet facilities.
If you would like support us financially in this venture we would appreciate any donation you are able to give.
WE ARE PLEASED TO SAY THAT ALL PROPOSED OUTCOMES FOR PROJECT 100 HAVE NOW BEEN COMPLETED…PRAISE GOD!!!