Our church has been built since the Norman times. The Norman's finished building St Mary Magdalene in 1150 A.D.The west and east ends were lengthened a hundred years later. The sane glass window tells the story of the nativity. Every year we hold lots of plays and services in our church. Our church has had a change the change is the high sloping roof to the low sloping roof we see today.
Class 5 has made a recent visit to St Mary's to explore the different features of the church with our vicar Reverend Todd.
Every Sunday there is a Sunday school where children can learn all about Jesus and God through Bible stories.
If you haven't been in a ' church of England ' church before these are some of the objects you may find.
This is a photo of the church when it had a high sloping roof witch is now replaced by a low flat roof.
This is the pulpit where the vicar makes the announcements to the public.
This is Rev. William Cockin who was appointed vicar of Medomsley in 1874. He was vicar for 43 years until his death in 1917.
This is our present vicar, Rev. Clive Todd who was appointed vicar of Medomsley in 1999. Rev.Todd is also our school chair of governors.
This is the old school Rev. William Cockin had built on fines road.
This is Rev. William Cockin's grave it is right next to the church.
This is the oldest stain glass window in our church. As you can see it is bit damaged.
This is our visitor book as you can see even people from Australia have visited the church.
Now our village is developing and beginning to expand.