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The Tower of St. Bartholomew's Church

Welcome to St. Bartholomew's Church, which is used as both a place of worship and as a Community Centre. The tower is older than the rest of the church walling and dates from the middle of the 14th Century.

The interior of the church was remodelled in 1861 and in 1986 the Victorian pews and pulpit were removed, the nave is now used much as it was before the Reformation. A kitchen and toilet were added in 1989 and recently upgraded.

There are plenty of parking spaces for visitors in the churchyard to the north of the church.

Our aim is to Worship the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, to teach the Bible in a way that is relevant to everyday life, to enable people to grow in faith, understanding and love, equip people to serve and to offer people the opportunity to meet with Jesus and discover forgiveness and new life.

St Bartholomew's Church, The Street, Ingham IP31 1NH.

Full details of church services and events are available on the Church of England site.