For this church:
Features and Fittings
According to The Grantham Journal of 4 June 1910 the restoration work of 1909-1910 involved the replacement of a 'curious three-decker pulpit and reading pew' with 'a new pulpit, reading desk, lectern, and chancel-rails, according to the early Jacobean designs of the Rev Henry Wardale Hall, former curate of St John’s Spittlegate, and Somerby.' All the new church furniture was made of oak by Messrs. Curtis and Moore of Lincoln.
The 17th century communion rail has 'turned balusters, large top and bottom rails and two large ball and stalk finials.'
On the west wall of the nave are two Commandment Boards and two boards inscribed with the Lord's Prayer and The Apostles' Creed.
There are two hatchments on the south wall of the chancel:
There is a third hatchment on the north wall of the nave: