St Andrew's Church

Just inside the front door of the church stands a huge font which is thought to be part of a Roman column. The organ was originally built by Charles Brindley in 1849, but little now remains from that date.   The knave is furnished with box pews, the pulpit is Jacobean and the altar rails are dated 1637.*

St Andrew's Church

St Andrew's Church

St Andrew's Church

St Andrew's Church

*From The Churches Conservation Trust guide book.

18 Comments CherryPie on Aug 13th 2014

18 Responses to “Step Inside St Andrew’s Church”

  1. Anne says:

    Wonderful church , love the stain glass windows too. That is one big font !! Fascinating organ too, super post CherryPie

  2. ....peter:) says:

    After yesterday’s story Cherie… i didn’t think that you got inside this beautiful church… the altar rails are dated 1637… she’s in great shape for her age…
    these are five superb images….peter:)

  3. Second last window – looks like William Morris’ work. :)

  4. ZielonaMila says:

    Amazing place, fantastic photos:) Greetings

  5. Ayush says:

    great shots. it is a simple, plain look church but the stained glass work is very pretty

  6. Ginnie says:

    I’d love to see it with my own eyes, but till then, yours will do nicely, Cherry! Thank you.

  7. ubermouth says:

    I love the Jacobean era,although their furniture would not have been too comfy. :)

  8. james higham says:

    Where do you still have on your list where you haven’t been?

  9. J_on_tour says:

    Stained glass windows as good as ever from the fingertips.