Marking the baptism of Katherine Jane and Sarah Elizabeth Beard
Old Vicarage - Church Row
Onward Christian Soldiers
Pilgrimage - Flitwick to Canterbury
Rock of Ages
St. Peter and St. Paul
St. Andrew's Church - Now the church hall
Teach me my God and King
The church bell
The Sewing Table
To the glory of God
Workers together with God
Visit our Gallery of Kneelers
Hassocks & History
HASSOCKS & KNEELERS
Two different words for the same thing.
Hassock is far the older word. According to the New English Dictionary a hassock is a “firm clump or tuft of matted vegetation; esp. of coarse grass or sedge, such as occurs in boggy ground; a ‘tussock’”.
Help us to create a national catalogue of church kneelers that are local,original and unique.
Send us your photographs.
Please include a photograph of your church and also any helpful explanations. We do not need to be told about Noah’s Ark, but, for a kneeler showing the village hall with its clock, we would like to be told that it is a memorial to the hall’s caretaker who prided himself on maintaining the absolute accuracy of the clock.