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It can accommodate 6 worshipers only.. Britain’s smallest churches are a magnet for the Queen’s mourners

Amman Today

publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

One of Britain’s smallest churches – with a capacity of only six – is a major draw for those who want to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, as worshipers flock to bid farewell to the late Queen, according to the British newspaper, The Sun.

St Trillo’s Church is 11 feet (more than 3 meters) long and 8 feet (more than two meters) wide but mourners have flocked to the stone building since Her Majesty’s death was announced last week, a small, modest building far from the grandeur of Westminster Abbey, where a funeral will be held. Queen, on Monday.


The smallest church in Britain

Church Keeper Gordon Jones says, “The church is open every day, and we have two memorial prayers for Queen Elizabeth at the altar. We also have a bulletin board with prayer slips that people fill out and stick to their memory notice board. There are also candles available that people can light for her.”

The church, in Ross-on-Sea, Conwy, is said to have been built of wood in the sixth century by Saint Trillo, who chose a site above a well. the church.

The present building, described as resembling a stone shed, was built in the 16th century, and its spring has been used for generations for baptism and healing.

The smallest British church receives worshipers to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth
The smallest British church receives worshipers to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth

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