Christ Church, Gretton
The current church (replacing a ruined medieval one) was built in 1868 to a design of J D Wyatt. (A short note on the history of the Church in Gretton is here.)It is close the centre of the village, as shown on this map. The church comprises a nave, chancel, south transept, tower with spire (which acts as a south porch) and a vestry Services are held here every Sunday at 10 am as listed here.
(If you like more traditional forms of worship, the little church of St Michael's Stanley Pontlarge is just half-a-mile west of Christ Church – most of its services are from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.)
Our photo album, giving an idea of what we do through the year is still developing, but you can see how what we have achieved so far by clicking here.
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