A virtual walk around St Mary's Church

The Crossing The North Transept The South Transept Nave Chancel The Walker Organ

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You are at the Crossing

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South Porch
Inside the South Porch
South Entrance
West Door
North Aisle
North Transept
Chancel
Nave
South Transept
South Aisle

Tower

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History of the Church

Many medieval churches were built in the shape of a cross. Where the "upright" and the "crossbeam" join in the Crossing. During the week this is left as an open space. What most people see is the crossing prepared for the Sunday Eucharist, with a movable altar in place.
The crossing floor The crossing floor looking towards the chapel of the Holy spirit and the Walker organ. The fllor also shows how the upright and the crossbeam join together.
The crossing ceiling Above the ceiling is the bell ringing chamber in the tower.