Click on any of the titles or indicated links below to be shown round our church, and read about its features of interest.
you are thinking of visiting us, the church is open for
shown on the home page and updated on the link to the
Follow this link for the Parish Directory which shows how to find us and gives current detailss of clergy, office holders and organisations.
also welcome visitors every Saturday from 11.00 am to 1.00
pm from the
Saturday after Easter to the last Saturday in July or
August, when the
church is open, light refreshments are on sale and there
is a free
recital at 12 noon. CLICK HERE
the music index page giving access to the concert schedule
and other information.
A VIRTUAL TOUR of the church, with pictures and text of all St Faith's internal features. Updated September 2008.
of the current edition of Saint Faith's Guidebook, History and
The Church's Healing Ministry Follow this link to read about the Healing Ministry at St Faith's and St Mary's.
The Centenary Banners Pictures and explanatory text telling the story of these banners, which were dedicated in October 2000.
Furnishings of Faith A series of articles from the booklet "Furnishings of Faith" describing the furnishings of St Faith`s church.
Stations of the Cross are a set of
pieces of embroidery displayed in the church. This site shows
and gives a brief history of the Stations of the Cross.
Stations of the
- images displayed in church and used as a focus of
devotion between Easter and Pentecost
The Lord Runcie Window at St Faith`s. Words and pictures of the memorial window to our church's most distinguished former member.
Sounds of Saint Faith's Listen to our choir, the congregation and our church organ.
The Clergy page contains biographical details and photographs of the current and previous incumbents. With sound - hear the voices of clergy past and present!
Friends of Saint Faith's Read about our scheme to link friends and supporters of St Faith's via this website.
What we do in Church - and why A series of articles explaining some of the things that we do at Saint Faith's. Click here for an alternative, illustrated version of some of these pieces
Fair Trade at Saint Faith's
involved with the Fairtrade movement.
Man for the Ministry' Bulletins from
ordinand, Martin Jones, now ordained priest.