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James: Mercy Triumphs
James, Jesus’ own brother, started out as a skeptic. See how one glimpse of the resurrected Savior turned an unbeliever into a disciple with Beth Moore’s 8-session study James: Mercy Triumphs.
A church has stood on the site of St. Mary's in Haddenham since before the Norman conquest. When the Domesday book was compiled, the entry for Haddenham shows that there was a priest - known only as Gilbert - and that he possessed 360 acres of glebe land. Sadly nothing remains of Gilbert's church although a small fragment of the south wall may well be Saxon in date. The church as we know it today was built during the 13th Century, the tower - which experts say is the finest Early English example in the county - being completed last.
More recently St Mary's has just undertaken a two-phase millenium project to renovate and reorder the interior of the church building. This has involved the replacement of the aging pipe organ with an electronic instrument; the relocation of the vestry into the south transept; installation of toilet and new kitchen together with a creche room in the tower and general improvements to decoration, lighting and audio-visual systems.
The full church guidebook was last published in 1981 and unfortunately is now out of print but a revision of this is in hand and a new guide will be reprinted in due course.