Here are a selection of photos taken outside the Church building
The main entrance into our Churchyard at the top of Church Lane
A focal point for several outdoor services including a service on Good Friday. We also had a Covid memorial service here and a service commemorating the life of Prince Philip
A place of remembrance for those who gave their lives in the wars. Our Remembrance Sunday service concludes here.
A well maintained path leads from Church down to the Lych Gate providing an accessible way up to the building
We have a special dedicated area for the interment of cremated remains which is often visited by people paying their respects
We love throwing the doors open and welcoming people for our Church services and events. If you would like to drop in for private prayer and reflection during the week, do get in touch and if we're available, we'd gladly let you in.
We are very blessed to have some beautiful stained glass windows. Here is a selection of them...
Depicting the presentation of Christ in the Temple, and his encounter with Simeon
Depicting the Ascension of Christ
Jesus being visited by the Magi, bringing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.
Interesting to see these two panes together.
Perhaps best remembered through that great Christmas Carol, While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks. This window is above the High Altar
Depicting the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan by John the Baptist
Here you can see a depiction of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, which we remember on Palm Sunday
Often shown as one of the Stations of the Cross, this window depicts Jesus comforting the women of Jerusalem
This window depicts the sermon on the mount
Here we see Jesus outside the Garden tomb - his first resurrection appearance. You can see some lilies in the picture which are often used to symbolise the resurrection
We often refer to this window in a service of Baptism. It reminds us how precious children are to God.
Depicting Jesus' first miracle at a wedding feast at Cana