Nottingham St Margaret’s Mission Church

Features and Fittings

The church interior.
Image courtesy
of Picture the Past

Only one image of the interior was found. This shows the east wall with the altar raised on three steps and set between two squared plastered pillars capped by ogee capitals supporting short fluted half shafts with a tall blind lancet arch above. The arch has the painted inscription 'Holy-Holy-Holy Lord God Almighty.'

On each side of the altar reveals at high level were a pair of pointed scripture boards, and on the wall below a painted text. North side – 'Watch and Pray'; south side – 'Work and Play'.

The organ was on the south side behind the choir stalls, which consisted of wooden pews. Wooden pews also filled the nave.

The Southwell Diocesan Magazine records the installation of a marble serpentine-shaped font installed in 1894.

At the end of World War I the names of the fallen parishioners were included on the memorial erected in St Saviour’s Church.