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Plans were soon underway for a temporary building. The present site on the corner of
The faithful few struggled on, with Robert Fisher and Arthur Owens being remembered with particular regard. Robert Fisher and his wife, Ann, first came to the church in 1914. He served as an elder from 1932 to 1986 and without him the church would have been shut down. Arthur Owens took the role of Superintendent in 1948 following the threat of closure. He oversaw all the ministry with Mr Fisher, and worked with the young people. While he was at Orrell Park Baptist, until 1956, the youth work became the largest in Merseyside.
In the late 1960s the keen youth work in the church led to an additional building being erected to serve as a youth centre, opening in September 1967. By 1970 the church had grown sufficiently to contemplate a new building and in that same year the old "temporary" building was pulled down and a new one built. At the beginning of the 1980s further building work saw an extension comprising two further halls which, along with the church sanctuary, make up the present configuration.
Today's church is a friendly community of around 100 people, we thank God for His faithfulness towards us.