For this church:
Kilvington St Mary
Features and Fittings
A medieval chalice and paten were dug up in the churchyard in 1897. The objects are displayed in wooden case affixed to the south wall of the chancel. A brass plaque beneath the case records the event and bears the inscription:
The wooden lectern dates from 1867 and has a plaque with the inscription:
The pews, stalls, reader's desk, pulpit and octagonal stone font are all 19th century.
There are painted texts above the chancel ('Give ear O Lord unto my Prayer'), the tower arch ('Praise God in his Sanctuary') and the south doorway ('Enter unto his gates with Thanksgiving').
To the east of the south doorway of the nave are four carved stone heads that look as if they may once have adorned nave arcade arches.
The north aisle has three metal lamp brackets originally for use with paraffin (now electric), with two similar pulpit and lectern lights.