Dr. Madeleine Grey investigates two mysterious carved stone slabs at St Mary’s, Fordham. What is the significance of the toothy wyvern, and if these are coffin lids, why is one so small?
We’re hiring an editor to produce our newsletter, a publication set apart by its quirkiness, eclecticism and scholarship. Could this be you?
This remote church in Monmouthshire was once a centre of the community, surrounded by numerous daughter churches. But where are they now?
Our member, Dr Emily Guerry, is running to raise money for the Friends! Read Emily’s story here.
We take a look at the ancient art of sgraffito, how it was revived in the Victorian era, and how it decorates one of our churches in Wales.
Women have played instrumental roles in the history of churches and parishes — providing spiritual inspiration, financial backing, community leadership, and a wide range of skills and expertise. We’re proud …
St Philip’s closed in 2014 and for some time its future hung in the balance. We’re delighted this Grade I, utterly unique church by the Rev’d J. L. Petit now …
Explore fascinating ancient graffiti marks at St Mary’s, Caldecote, Herts, including shoes, an autograph and a solomon’s knot.
A whistle-stop tour of the process of making the humble, beautiful brick.
Life at Ynyscynhaearn has inspired bards, composers, and torch-bearers for Welsh literature and culture. For many of these artists of word and song, St Cynhearn’s was their final resting place.