A TEAM is being put together to stitch the story of life and faith in Ellesmere Port.
As part of its latest community project, Trinity Methodist Church is forming a group which will create a tapestry for the town.
Last week, 15 people attended a two-day foundation workshop where they were trained in the basic stitches.
Beginners and experts are invited to get involved with the initiative, called A Stitch in Time, and they can help with research, design or stitching.
It is hoped by the end of the year there will be sufficient interest and skill to start work on the panels, which will tell the story of the town.
Earlier this year Trinity Methodist revealed plans to transform its dated building into a modern community facility as part of a £600,000 project.
The plans would see the creation of a healthy food café, a refurbished crèche and arts facilities at the site in Whitby Road.
To get involved with the project or for more information contact the Rev Christine Jones on 0151 355 1294 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org