French Gothic by Hippolyte Blanc, a member of the congregation, 1876. The apse with its gables and flying buttresses face onto the road; the main entrance is beneath the tower. Original murals in chancel and nave roof. Extensive stained glass by Ballantine and the east window by A E Borthwick.
Sundays: Holy Communion 8.00am, Sung Eucharist 10.00am, Evening Service 6.00pm;
Monday to Friday Morning Prayer and Eucharist 8.00am;
Monday to Friday Evening Prayer 6.00pm
Wednesday Holy Communion 11.00am
Thursday 6.00pm Julian Meeting
The Church is open to visitors at various times during the week – as volunteers are available
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