For this church:
|Base of the tower|
The altar is set under the west window, it is set on a raised base and is constructed of oak with four turned legs and a wooden boarded top.
Over the altar is a woven tapestry by Joan Baxter. It was specifically designed for its current position and the intention was ‘to produce a work of art which can complement the Christian Communion, provide a source for meditation and be part of the whole worship rather than a “thing” on its own.’ A framed record of the dedication hangs on the wall.
Other church furnishings are stored in the modern part of the building. Modern community building fittings, chairs and folding green topped card tables are also present.
The lectern is also of wood, with a square two stage central shaft supporting the inclined bookrest.
Set against the south wall is a panelled oak chest.
In the south-west corner of the chancel is a modern looking stone birdbath on the top of which is a bowl of stone that may possibly be used as an Holy Water stoop.
Also displayed on the chancel wall is a framed piece of carved wood with an inscription below explaining its origins:
|Panel of inlaid wood which probably formed
part of the Pulpit of Bradmore Church be-
fore its destruction by fire in 1705: it is of
early 17th. century workmanship and for
many years had nailed upon it the sign of
William Stubbs of Bradmore.