The Church of The Ascension

The Church of The Ascension

The Church of The Ascension – painted triptych

Exterior showing some of the yews

Inside the furnishings speak of no expense being spared – a black marble font, with elaborate metal cover featuring a hovering dove, a fine gilded metal screen, light fixtures, door furniture, all united with a rope motif and produced by William Bainbridge Reynolds.
Behind the stone altar the painted triptych features saints significant to Rev’d Livingstone surrounding the Virgin and child. The church, and its attached Hall, is set in lawns and approached by a path lined with 12 yews, representing the 12 disciples.