For this church:
Features and Fittings
Beneath the altar cloths appropriate to the church season is a wooden altar made of Burma Teak. At its installation in 1969 it was said that, whilst it was a modern design, the form was derived from the Early English refectory table. It is in memory of Cecil Swaby.
The altar rails/communion rails are of wood.
Chancel Sanctury Lamp
In memory of Maurice William Lucas (d 31st January 1953) – fifteen Years Vicar’s Warden.
North Aisle Altar
This is stone and is in the style of a table. Inset in the wall above is a brick cross. There are wooden communion rails.
North Aisle Sanctury Lamp
In memory of miners.
The raised stone pulpit is interestingly carved with the suggestion of columns and foils. It has six sides with one left open for access. The pulpit is situated on the north side of steps leading to the chancel and main altar.
The wooden Lectern has a fluted pillar on a raised stepped plinth. The book rest is carved with leaf and floral designs.
The eight-sided stone font is situated at the west end of the church, and sits on a stone plinth. The font has a wooden cover with a ornate wrought iron fittings.
The wooden choir pews in the chancel were retained when the church was modernised in 2008. The carved finials (pew ends) are of a leaf design.