St. Matthias' Church, Nottingham facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSt. Matthias' Church, Nottingham
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Heritage designation||Grade II listed building|
|Architect(s)||Thomas Chambers Hine and Robert Evans|
|Diocese||Diocese of Southwell|
It is a Grade II listed building.
It was designed by Thomas Chambers Hine and Robert Evans. It was consecrated as a chapel of ease in the parish of St. Stephen's Church, Sneinton by The Rt. Revd. John Jackson the Bishop of Lincoln on 6 May 1868. It was built for the sum of £3,000. (equivalent to £193,020 in 2021), .
The chancel was damaged by enemy action during the Second World War.
- 1869-1882 Frederick Armine Wodehouse
- 1882-1890 Arthur Powys Woodhouse
- 1890-1892 George Perry-Gore
- 1892-1900 William Henry Castell Malton
- 1900-1903 William Walker
- 1903-1904 Anonymous
- 1904-1912 Ralph Mowbray Howard
- 1912-1931 John Henry Tomlinson
- 1931-1954 Frederick Llewellyn Forsaith Rees
- 1955-1990 Kenneth Leigh Bennett
- 1990-1993 William Albert Porter
- 1994-2002 Rodney Frederic Brittain Smith
- 2003- Malcolm Crook
The three manual organ was by E. Wragg & Son dating from 1912. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
- E. Stevenson ???? - 1883
Coptic Orthodox Church
In 2006 the building was sold to the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Midlands and is now St Mary and St George's Coptic Orthodox Church.
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