The English Parish Church in the 12th Century - a lecture from St. Peter's, Northampton

St Peter's Church, Northampton, Northamptonshire
23rd March 2022 - 22nd March 2022
Free access. Donations to CCT are very welcome. Thank you.
Marefair, Northampton. NN1 1SR
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The 12th Century Church - St. Peter's Northampton in context

Art historian and specialist in medieval architecture - John McNeill, joins our series of lectures from St. Peter's at Northampton to talk about The 12th Century Church particularly with St. Peter's in context.

Wednesday 23rd March at 7.30 p.m. - Free Access.

Email to book your place, and to get a Zoom access to the lecture - [email protected]

Presented by the Friends of St. Peter's.

The Friends of St Peter’s is a society dedicated to the preservation and promotion of an early 12th century church  of outstanding beauty and great historical significance.

St Peter’s is now used  for educational and social events and for occasional church services. As well as being a link with the past, St Peter’s is a unique community asset for today.

The Friends was formed in 1995, just before St Peter’s ceased to be an Anglican parish church, so that there should be a local organisation devoted to its care, to promote wider knowledge and research, and to encourage greater social use of the church. Since 1998, St Peter’s church has been included in the parish of All Saints with St Katharine & St Peter in Northampton.

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