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St. Mary, Oldberrow

St. Mary, Oldberrow

St Mary's was rebuilt in the C19th but retains centuries old features. Oldberrow is mentioned in the Doomsday Book (1085) and its first ecclesiastical record is in 709. St Mary's has remained a traditional church with little change to the services since 1662 and hymns are accompanied by a harmonium. Even the churchyard is managed as a traditional ...

Location: Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, South Stoneham

St. Mary, South Stoneham

St Mary's South Stoneham, recorded in the Domesday Book, is now in a suburb of Southampton, though it retains its character as an ancient country church set in a large churchyard which is a haven for wildlife. Parts of the building go back to Norman times, and there is evidence of a Saxon building on the same site. It is a place which has ...

Location: Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, South Zeal

St. Mary, South Zeal

St Mary's South Zeal is an ancient Guild chapel, set in the heart of what was a 13th century 'new town'. A fine 14th century cross (18 feet high) is in the garden. It is considered one of the finest in Devon. A church inventory of 1552 recorded "two bells at the 'Chapell in villa Zele'" and the bell turret is c14th century. In ...

Location: Okehampton, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. Michael and All Angels, Knight's Enham

St. Michael and All Angels, Knight's Enham

A small Saxon Church on an ancient Christian site in a hamlet on the edge of Andover. In 1008, a Council was held here with King Ethelred and St. Alphege the Archbishop of Canterbury, at which Christian laws were codified for England. In mediaeval times, the Church was a resting place for knights, close to the crossroads of the two ancient ...

Location: Andover, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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St. Michael and All Angels, Witton Gilbert

St. Michael and All Angels, Witton Gilbert

Built more than 800 years ago, the church stands on a mound bordered by two streams. Even though the village has moved away uphill, it serves still as parish church, and as a place for prayer.


Standard opening times: The church is open from 10 am until dusk (about 4 p.m. in the summer), with hospitallers present on ...

Location: Witton Gilbert, Durham, United Kingdom

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St. Mihangel, Penrhosllugwy

St. Mihangel, Penrhosllugwy

This little gem, set in a meadow of natural beauty, with a stream running behind it and where bird songs fill the air, is a place of peace and tranquility, where many find it a special place to meditate, pray and praise our Lord and Creator. The church is 14th century and in it is a first half of 6th century memorial stone which commemorates the ...

Location: LLanerch-y-Medd, Anglesey, United Kingdom

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St. Pancras, Exeter

St. Pancras, Exeter

A small church in the heart of Exeter; of Saxon origin, still used for services and especially for private prayer and quiet. It is a spiritual oasis in the wilderness, somewhere to breathe and take stock - and is an ancient place of worship, a still pool of quiet in the midst of restless city and busy shopping centre.

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Location: Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom

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