Roomfield is a small Baptist church with a big welcome, only a few minutes walk from the town centre of Todmorden, down Halifax Road. We are a friendly church encompassing a wide age range. If you are looking for a congregation of people who enjoy a diversity of worship and service styles, who look at issues in an open and non-judgmental way, are committed to working in and with the local community and are housed in a multi-purpose, fully adapted modern building, then please do come and visit us.
Whether you are a local resident or a visitor, we would love to see you at any of our services or other activities. Family worship is at 10.45 am every Sunday, and we have discussion groups, a film club and host the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. Full details of these events and other services and regular activities, together with contact details where necessary, are on the ‘Activities’ page. For details of our next service, our latest news and other activities, click here.
Organisation and Affiliations
Roomfield is a Baptist Church, where the pastor and deacons are elected by the church members to run the church, reporting regularly to the members at church meetings.
Pastor / Church Leader
Dr John Lockhart
Dilys Peacock (Secretary)
Arline Simpson (Treasurer & Property Steward)
We also play an active role in the local organisation Churches Together in Todmorden (CTT), promoting the message of Christ in the town.
Everyone remarks on the lovely atmosphere in our modern building, which has been refurbished and extended, and has good disabled access and facilities including hearing aid loop. For more information or to hire the building click here.
To contact us, call Dilys Peacock on 01422 846684 or use the form on the contact page.
A Brief History
Roomfield has a long and proud history, beginning with its origins in 1704 at Rodwell End, high above the valley. To see a brief history of the Church, and information about the Baptist Movement, click here.
This recently produced 28-page booklet gives a brief history of the Church from its founding at Rodwell End in 1704 through to the opening of the current building in 1963. It is divided onto various periods, and has sections on membership, property and finance, and the role of women in the Church, with a summary of significant events. To buy a copy for £5 please contact the Treasurer Arline Simpson on 01706 813404.