Carrington St John

Features and Fittings


Stone, hexagonal, leaf mouldings, 3' 11" high. Oak cover bearing the Latin inscription; Ad gloriam Dei, et In piam memoriam Mariae Dennis. The font is a copy of the one at Barnack, Northants.


One in the chancel of dark oak, one in the nave of light oak, one in the lady chapel of light oak.

The current setting of the nave altar The east-end altar The Lady Chapel altar


There is an intricately carved wooden lectern

Benches etc

Four light oak choir stalls, two each side, in the east end of the nave, separated from the congregation by light oak rails 2' 2" high. Choir stalls given in memory of Francis Greenfield Skerritt 1877-1966, a chorister over 60 years.

Seating in the nave and lady chapel is on oak chairs fitted in rows of 8,6 or 4, to a total of approx. 250.


Stone, north wall of lady chapel.

Picture deemed to be of
St John the Evangelist,
hanging in the chancel
Small nativity picture


There are a few pictures hanging in the church. (Sadly, none of these are judged to have any value!)

Millennium Hanging

A large appliqué-work hanging is currently displayed on the west wall of the nave.

Church cat

A small model of a cat sleeps on a shelf.