A real surprise. Very interesting church, lovely glass and organ. Helpful volunteers. Would visit St Marys again.
Old and lovely church who obviously have lots of activities on, there was a vintage fair on when we visited and a visiting mobile tea room that was lovely. Worth a visit
There is a wonderful collection of stained glass in this redundant Church which is under the care of the Churches' Conservation Trust. A lot of it is medieval and the East Window (Jesse Window) is very good indeed. The carved roof is also fabulous. The Church is open most of the time and free to visit.
A good wander around some high church bling, and none the worse for that; worth seeing for the stained glass and nicely eclectic masonry.
Lovely church with lots of stained glass windows.We have never seen so many stained glass windows in one church. Well worth a visit.
No longer a working church this impressive building is a must see. It dates back to the Norman conquest and sits over a former Pagan ritual site. It's the church that Darwin attended for school too. I honestly can't say enough about this church. It's in impeccable condition and the stewards on site are friendly and knowledgeable. I spent a... More
Yes... as my Son-in-law said to me... this church is older than Canada... ! The guide told us the history of the Church together with the affinity with the University of Oxford. Quite amazing! The stain glass in one of a kind... Serenity at its best... A worship venue that needs to be visited if you are in Oxford...
This church has one of the most beautiful stained glass windows it is breath taking! Well worth a visit as it is right in the town centre.
There was a rainbow flower display in St Mary's when I was there, hence the look in. I was really glad I went....the huge stained glass window is well worth seeing, and the tea room in the vestry had good cakes!
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