|Crucifixion scene in Gothic arch|
|Exterior, south transept|
|Child running around|
Inside is quite serene. A nice choir screen separates the nave from the main altar, with an impressive crucifix above.
|Stained glass behind the crucifix|
The main altar is simple yet elegant with modest choir stalls around the area.
The cleaning crew was there while we visited, so Jacob asked if he could go up to the pulpit. The people were very friendly and agreeable, so up he went.
|Pulpit with Jacob|
The baptismal font is more recent in construction and style. I personally could do without the dove up high, but everyone has their own tastes.
The church also has a Lady Chapel as befits a Gothic-styled church.
|Detail of the reredos above the altar|
|An eye-opening statue!|
Other interesting art is scattered about the church. Here are some samples.
|That's where we are!|
|From a distance, I thought this was some sort of Station of the Cross|
Who was St. Wilfrid?
Don't you remember from last month?