For this church:
Ravenshead St Peter
Features and Fittings
There is a freestanding aluminium altar. The altar frontal was gifted from the people of St John the Baptist in Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal, celebrating the link between the two churches since 2012.
This pulpit replaced the original aluminium one designed by Colin Shewring which had a circular opening in the front to display different coloured fabrics, in accordance with the seasons of the Church year.
Free standing reading and preaching rostrum with plaque inscribed:
The memorial cabinet was built by Tom Kirkham (Choir member within the Church).
The memorial book was donated by Mrs E Hewitt in memory of Ray Hewitt.
A movable hymn number rack for 6 hymns, constructed in mild steel lacquered, built/designed by Colin Shewring (1972).
A tall narrow tapestry collage of St Peter designed, made and donated by Cicely James.
Embroidered collage depicting “St Peter as the Fisher of Men” created by a group of parishioners in 1997 and donated by parishioners for the 25th anniversary of the church.
Timber bishop’s chair. The plaque is inscribed:
Priest’s seat and desk designed by Colin Shewring.
Two candle sticks and two warden’s staves designed by Colin Shewring. The staves were gifted by John Bingham.
Processional cross and stand in Columbian pine with walnut trim designed and built by Tom Kirkham. The cross was dedicated on St. Peter’s day 28 June 2009.
Squint with slate surround and cork inset mounted between the church and church lounge sited by the light switch cabinet in the church lounge. (The squint is used by the churchwardens during services to turn off/on the lights when there are candles in the services, such as Christingle).
Credence table designed and built by Tom Kirkham, in memory of Howard Morton.
Credence table donated by Mrs M Morton in memoriam of John (Jack) Horace Morton (no plaque).
Music stand, within the choir stalls, purchased by Jill Bailey in memory of Bernard Bailey, October 1989.
The Cross of Thorns
A mural in metal and stone representing the five senses, created by Gerry Blood (a local artist) and installed in 1977. Donated by the Women’s Fellowship.
Painting, “Christ on the cross,” by Mr F.M. Sutton.
Broadwood grand piano purchased by the Rev. Barrie Hodges on behalf of the P.C.C in 1972.
Automatic double main and inner doors operated electrically by buttons mounted inside and outside of the entrance lobby, installed in 2005.
Freestanding book trolley with three tier Hymn book stand mounted on castors. This to match pews and other fittings designed by Colin Shewring with plaque inscribed: