Building Development Project

In February 2011, Guildford Baptist Church Members voted to proceed with a phased redevelopment of the Millmead Centre, which was constructed in 1972, more than 40 years ago.

Phase One, which consisted of the replacement of the roof to the main Auditorium, was completed in December 2011.

In February 2012, members voted overwhelmingly to proceed with Phase Two of the Project, which is a more thorough redevelopment of the site. This was completed in the summer of 2014, and has brought a new suite of admin and pastoral offices, a new room dedicated to the youth, and a new chapel space. 

Phase 3 has been divided into two parts: 3A and 3B. Phase 3A was completed in July 2015 and we now have additional rooms for groups to meet on Sundays as well as during the week.

If you wish to give towards the Project please download the various documents and information here.

Here are contact details for your friendly Project Team:

Colin Henry MBE

Project Manager

Graham Ball

Centre Manager

Anna Cheah

General & Structural

John Feltham


Tim Wears

IT/AV & Communication 


Click here for a series of photo galleries showing the work in progress

 The Architects have developed an animation of the designs for the new Millmead Centre, which you may see below:

And here that architects have created a gallery of still images of how the Centre might look:

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