Semicircular or polygonal termination of the chancel, which is typically situated at the eastern end of a Christian church.
Type of church seating with enclosed sides.
Blocked-up door in the north wall of a church, once believed to have been an escape route for the Devil when he left a child as a result of the sacrament of baptism.
Amphitheatre in which John Wesley preached between 1762 and 1789, occupying a depression that was possibly formed by the subsidence of underground mine workings.
Structure close to the refectory of a monastery, providing washing facilities.
Roofed-over gateway into a churchyard.
Wooden ledge on the underside of a folding seat in a church, intended to support a member of the congregation while standing.
Central part of a church, used by the laiety.
Large ornamented wall, screen, or other structure placed behind the altar in a Christian church.
Redirected to reredos.