Church of the Holy Cross, Sherston facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsChurch of the Holy Cross, Sherston
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Dedication||The Holy Cross|
|Priest(s)||Rev Susan Harvey|
|Curate(s)||Rev Elveen Mead|
|Assistant||Rev John Morgan|
The Church of the Holy Cross is the Anglican church in the village of Sherston, Wiltshire, England. It is Norman and contains many interesting religious items, including remains of Norman wall decoration, and a crucifix donated to the church by Italian soldiers during World War II. Sung Eucharist is held at the church every Sunday at 9.30 am and the church is also open every day for silent prayer.
The church is Grade I listed.
Pevsner writes: "An impressive church with a crossing tower, almost too high for the rest."
The parish is part of the Gauzebrook group of churches. Services are held on Sunday, and a coffee shop is open at certain times during the summer. There is a regular prayer group meeting.
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