September 2009 marked fifty years since Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship moved into its current premises on Marshall. As an assembly, Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship has been in operation for much longer. We are aware that meetings were occurring in Levenshulme, just before the First World War, in a room over a shop that many remember as Estelle Modes, which sold gowns. Today that shop is a Cash Converter Store, and the room above the local Turkish Community Fellowship.
Over the next few pages, we present a potted history of some of the events that have shaped the history of Cromwell Hall Christian Fellowship throughout its lifetime.
We hope you enjoy reading it.