The church is the place where the congregations gather together in worship, the Bible is read, the Word of God is preached and the sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism are celebrated.
The church is entered through a porch formed by the base of the tower.
New needs and different styles of worship frequently require changes to be made, so do not be surprised if what you see in church differs from what is presented here.
1) The Bell
2) The Font - is traditionally near the main entrance door.
3) Tablets to the left of the west door
Brass plate bearing an inscription about the establishment of the Church
Memorials to Colonel V.H.Jacques, Katherine S.B.Ames, and Dr Colin Britton
4) Rose Window - above the west door
5) The Screen
6) Tablets to the right of the west door
Brass plate recording the presence of H.M.Queen Elizabeth II at divine service in 1972
Memorials to Louis Thomas Gunnis Leonowens, Arthur Arnold Porter, Henry Hooker and Frederick Henry Smiles
Framed poster explaining the significance of the windows high up on the north and south walls
7) Window – showing Jesus calming the storm
8) Door - to an open corridor leading to the Li Hall
9) The Congregation
10) The Lectern
11) The Organ
12) Communion Table
13) The Choir - Seating is provided for 24 choristers but some of it has been moved to make more room in the body of the church.
14) Altar rails - donated in 1956 as a memorial to Mr G.R.Brooks
15) Window - representing the appearance of Christ to Mary Magdalene on the first Easter morning
16) East Window - representing Christ crucified.
A communion table (altar) stands beneath the East Window.
17) Window - “Let the little children come to me”
19) The Pulpit - from which sermons can be preached
20) Window - “Faith”