The nave to a design by James Wallace 1857, with chancel and sanctuary by Sir George Gilbert Scott 1876. Wall and ceiling murals in the chancel, the north ceiling depicts twelve prophets with text scrolls, the south ceiling depicts the twelve apostles and creeds. Mosaic flooring with wheat and grapes. Stained glass in chancel depicts the life of Christ. Pipe organ, 1876, Hill & Sons, with elaborately decorated pipes and fretwork screening, refurbished 1939 by Hill, Norman & Beard.
Wednesday 10am Mid week communion
Morning prayers said in Church Monday through Saturday at 8.30am
Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday at 10.30am
Open by arrangement
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