St. Chad's Church

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St. Chad's Church
VSB, unlit. Update courtesy the EBD
Bob Moncrief EBDW! 12:33, 23 February 2019 (UTC)
St. Chad's Church

Eastonwood [32,20]

St. Marcellus's Church
(Shuttlebank)
Fishwick Park
(Shuttlebank)
Obern Towers
(Shuttlebank)
Shippard Place St. Chad's Church St. Chad's cemetery
the Pears Building Troman Lane St. Simon's Hospital

Basic Info:

  • Churches have no internal descriptions.
  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.

St. Chad's Church [32, 20] is located in the northern section of Eastonwood.

Description

The narrow yellow-stone building split by a large, diagonal crack was one of the many parishes for Malton's Roman Catholics. Like St Marcellus's Church in Shuttlebank it drew its following from the many shelters at Shuttlebank train stations rather than the middle class families of Darvall Heights, who largely attended the nearby St Antheros's Church. In 1985, due to the lack of financial aid from the diocese and the mysterious death of Father Frank Montag, the church closed and became a hideout for the various gangs that took over these abandoned areas in the late 1990s. The building itself was insignificant until after the breakout, when many people turned to such places for shelter before equipping themselves with NecroTech supplies. The first revive point maintained by the PMS Clan, it has since been maintained by a variety of groups since the Clan's disappearance.

History

The church were named after Saint Chad of Mercia, a anglo-saxian abbot and bishop. His patronages include Mercia, Lichfield and astronomers.

Barricade Policy

This building functions as an entrance point and indoor revive clinic, and as such barricades should be maintained at VSB. For more information, please consult the Eastonwood Barricade Plan

Current Status

St. Chads is currently maintained as an indoor revive point. Barricades are at VSB and, like the rest of the suburb, it is quiet.--Austin hunt 22:29, 8 May 2010 (BST)


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