There's one just up the road
But it isn't medieval. The nearest medieval church is in Ashton. Mmmm- the legend of St Helena in glorious, 15th century , stained glass.
Remember what the Archbishop said in his New Year Address to the Nation; the church isn't buildings, it's people.
You mean old Beardy, the Welsh Windbag?
Calling him names is childish- and doesn't affect his argument.
But that's the other thing; I don't like people. And Christians are the worst of all
Oh, you know. Do I really have to spell it out? They're all hypocrites- and misogynists- and homophobes- and racists. And they go on about Jesus all the time. *Shudders*. You can laugh at me wanting to worship in an ancient building, but it's a deep, spiritual thing- I want to commune with the ancestors.
And the ancestors weren't entirely as ghastly as people today? Ask your friend, the medieval peasant, for his opinion of bougeres and women priests. Think of the present generation as the ancestors of tomorrow.
Oh, very clever. * Claps ironically.* But you just don't understand...