Kings Langley residents are being invited to have their say in the reordering of the village church dating back over 800 years.
All Saints Church is set to undergo a reordering process which will see the historic building adapted to meet the needs of the time.
This will help to deliver a community church with the vision of providing a welcoming, open and inclusive church energised by faith.
The reordering process will include a potential range of improvements such as an accessible path, new pews and choir stalls, a moveable altar, and a series of adjustments allowing the church to be used widely within the community.
James McDonald, Vicar of All Saints said they are looking forward to engaging with the village in forming a vision for the reordering of the church.
He said: “This is a really exciting step for All Saints. We want to celebrate and enhance what we’ve inherited and make the church an accessible, welcoming, inspiring space for worship and for the community. Getting everyone’s feedback and input is key to that.”
The hope is that some of the new features will create a flexible space for different groups, events, visits, concerts and lectures.
As part of the reordering process residents are being invited to check out an exhibition regarding the proposals for the church.
Taking place at All Saints from September 25 to October 1 with members of the reordering committee available to answer any questions between September 25 and 26.