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Nave Looking East

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chancel 

The San Damiano Cross is the large Romanesque rood cross that St. Francis of Assisi

was praying before when he received the commission from the Lord to rebuild the Church. The original cross hangs in the Basilica of Saint Clare  in Assisi, Italy. Franciscans cherish this cross as the symbol of their mission from God.  

This copy was produced in 1990, by members of the congregation under the leadership of Nancy Lamplugh, during a Franciscan Mission to Hessle with the theme 'Open to God'.

Church from South East.
Church Exterior from North East

Church Exterior from South East.

 

Church Exterior from South West.
View from East.

Memorial or St. Barnabas Chapel.

Bishop's Chair, Sanctuary
looking north west towards organ.
Memorial to Revd Frederick Blunt, M.A.
East Window dedicated to All Saints.

Window depicting the parable 
of the Good Samaritan.. 
(See if you can see where the
glazier went wrong...)

Lady Chapel
Lectern AD 1926
Memorial from the masons...
Various Memorials and Hatchments (to the left is the oldest visible memorial in the church)
Oldest Glass Fragments (see reference in History Section Stained Glass.
Fragments of original stone window found during end 19th Century restoration.
Pulpit and Mothers Union Banner.
West Window
Mosaic behind High Altar - Late 19th century.
Original Decoration on pillars.
Weather Vane from Spire
 

 

Website contact Graham Marshall  (Web Site - Digital Photography)
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Last modified: January 28, 2018