we found this by accident accross from the Tutor house and really enjoyed going in ..the friendly ladies said it was the old church around ....glad we went in and they accept donations for upkeep
We had a few hours to spend prior to boarding a cruise. While wandering near the old city walls we noticed a nearby church. It was open so we went in. A group of amateur sketch artists was assembling. Their goal that day was to sketch various aspects of the church. We spoke with a few of the friendly folks... 更多
I was here on Sunday and enjoyed a lovely service here. People are very friendly and welcoming. Service had all the bells and whistles of a large Church and very relaxing and enlightening.
This church really is a gem, tucked away from the main street in a residential area of the Old Town. The star attraction of the church is the massive C12 black Tournai marble font with its intricate carvings. There are other similar fonts in Winchester and Lincoln cathedrals but how did it end up in this modest church? Fine stained... 更多
We walked through the old Southampton and passed by this church. It is worthwhile to have a look inside. A leaflet (or the translation in maybe 15 different languages) is available for a self-guided tour of the church. Don´t miss the beautiful black marble baptismal font!
A walking tour of Southampton brought us to this church. Since it was a Sunday, the morning service was in session when we first arrived. However, we returned a couple of hours later and were welcomed by locals. A lovely and welcome place to visit.
Walking distance from the cruise port this Norman era church is the oldest surviving building in Southampton, and the only inner-city parish church to have survived the 1940's air raids. There are traditional Book of Common prayer services every Sunday. We were welcomed and made to feel very much at home for the service.