There is evidence that there was a stone built church on this site pre - Conquest. St Wilfrid’s is a stone-built, Grade 1 Listed building comprising; Nave with aisles, Chancel, West tower and South porch. The North aisle is narrow, approx. 4ft wide and almost certainly dates from the 14th C, the North door is 13th C and was most likely moved when the North aisle was added.
The church organ was built locally, by Harston’s of Newark. The Church clock is wound manually and is in good repair, the bells are have recently been out of use, happily recent investigations carried out mean ringing can safely be resumed. Pews are fitted throughout the nave for seating in the Church. A Children’s area was created at the rear of the church in the South aisle.
The tower has just undergone extensive repairs and repointing and repairs to roof have been completed
Regular Services of Holy Communion are held at 9.30am on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month, followed by coffee.
For further information regarding South Muskham church please contact one of the churchwardens:
Church History webpage link
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