All Saints, Lonan
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Lonan Parish Church - All Saints - was built in 1834.
It is a Bishop Ward Church, replacing an earlier church built on almost the same site. The altar has an inset of lapiz lazuli, and the Chancel was relined in 2002 with gold damask, replacing the original tapestry from Liberty of London. There are some beautiful stained-glass windows in the church.
There are two war memorials in the church designed by Archibald Knox; one to the men of Lonan and Laxey who served in the Great War and one to the memory of the men who fell in the Great War. There is also a memorial to the men from Lonan and Laxey who fell in the Second World War.
The new War Memorial in the churchyard is dedicated to the Royal Canadian Air Crew who perished when their Halifax bomber crashed in Lonan. It also remembers a small child from the village who was fatally injured in the accident.
The other church in our Parish is Christ Church, Laxey. All Saints is currently closed for public worship, so activities and worship are taking place at Christ Church.
We are also in a benefice with Onchan
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