The church is on the left with a crucifix on the gable end and to the right the hall with a door conveniently at the bus stop on Moneyclose Lane.
My grandparents lived in Rothesay Road having moved there from Barrow in the1930's. My late grandmother, Bessie Asbury, was a regular member of the church, even after it relocated to the pre-fab building located further up Rothesay Road.
I never lived in Heysham but I regularly visited my grandparents during the school holidays. I never attended any of the services at the church. My only involvement was at new year. It was my job as a child in the 1970's/early 1980's to accompany my grandmother down to the church just before midnight on December 31st to ring out the old year on the church bell and ring in the new year. Sadly, this tradition stopped when the church was demolished..
I remember my grandmother making regular use of the church hall. She organised whist nights for the local pensioners . While this was going on, I was normally banished to the small kitchen that was attached to the back of the hall.
I also recall that there was a footpath to the left of the church leading from Moneyclose Lane down onto the railway. Before the modern bridge over the railway was opened, this was the quickest route for railway employees who lived in Rothesay Road to get down to the harbour..
From memory, the church and the hall were demolished in the mid 1980's to make way for the new Port Way road down to the harbour.