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Reverend Graeme Anderson
Mr. Kent Polley, Churchwarden.
07731 802923

Getting here

2020. Thankyou for visiting our Church website : A Church Near You - Crick.

The first Church was built on the present site of the chancel c700 AD as a wooden structure, which, in later years, being re-built of stone. Late 11th. century onwards, saw more re-building works & alterations carried out by the Norman Overlords. A tower & spire were added during the early 13th. century. Around one hundred years later, Hartshill stone was used to re-face the tower, this is what we still view today in the 21st. century.

The Church is a Grade 1 listed building. The Church & spire have undergone a phased, major restoration works project over the last few years. Recently restored, Historic organ with Chapel Royal connections. Norman font. Archbishop Laud was once rector. Regular weekly Sunday Services. Regular Wednesday Holy Communion Service. 8 Bells plus a separate clock bell. 2 clock faces. Re-introduction of Bell Ringing Practice, 2014. Regular Sunday Service Ringing. Ringing for other Services. Ringing for Weddings, Baptisms and other special events. Level Wheelchair access via south entrance gate. Meeting area. Kitchen facilities. Toilet facilities, across road in Old School building. Quarterly "Three Churches Newsletter".


 Prior to 1996, the tower housed only 4 bells & had not rung for many years. The frame & fittings were in desperate need of serious renovation in order to continue the traditional & almost uniquely English full circle ringing method.

 A more Comprehensive account of the history of St. Margaret of Antioch Church can be found by clicking on the

Crick Community  Website link.


 Throughout the year, the Church also hosts many social events such as :-

Vintage Tea Rooms. Concerts. Family Easter Activities. Christmas Carol & Nativity Services. Friends of St. Margaret's Functions - fund raising for the restoration of this historic building.


24/7 monitoring equipment guard against Church roof area intrusions.


War Memorials.

The main War Memorial is located in the Churchyard.



Church Street
Crick, Northampton

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