For this church:
Ranskill St Barnabas
Features and Fittings
A simple, three-panel wooden reredos, probably 20th century.
Simple, turned wooden rails set on decorative cast-iron stands, probably 19th century.
There are two ornate metal candle stands in the sanctuary.
The font is located in the north-west corner of the nave. A plain, stone, octagonal basin with chamfered edges, set on a plain circular column with minimal moulded bands and a circular plinth. 19th century, probably 1878.
Positioned next to the font, a wooden candle stand of plain, turned wood.
The nave has modern chair seating.
At the east end of the nave is a wooden table with a plaque reading:
A brass plaque on the front of the case reads:
Nave, south side, east wall: a plain, wooden cross from Ranskill Methodist chapel.
There is an ornate iron lectern in the nave.