Some of the entries to the Visitors Book: July 2015 to February 2019

The 192 pages of the Visitors' Book contains numerous thank yous, and many, many messages, all evidencing  the importance of St Margaret as a place of sanctity, holiness and healing.  A selection of comments from visitors are recorded here:

  • Our second visit: a magical place
  • So prayerful and peaceful
  • We enjoyed the light, the stillness and simplicity of this special church
  • Just happened on the 4.30 service and felt blessed to enjoy it C.C. USA
  • God is in this place. A great place to pray.  Serene and beautiful
  • We loved your church very much.  A. Aged 7 from Devon
  • I came here from Canada to remember my mum
  • A place of divine nourishment S. K.  USA
  • A very remarkable, tranquil and beautiful church G.U.B . Australia
  • Thank you for having the door and church open both N. Norway and A. from Forfar
  • I am a University student who loves running to this church in the mornings to ponder and pray. M.A. USA
  • Even though we are a different religion we can feel how special this church is and how holy too. G. M. and C.
  • A sacred church, thank you for keeping the door open.
  • I cannot express what this church contains: memory, ghosts, something sacred. A place apart from the everyday world.
  • Always beautiful, beauty will save the world G. & L. Greece
  • Just what a place of worship should be
  • We came today for our regular visit to the special place
  • I will be back! Hallelujah indeed! The busy world is hushed here.
  • Following in the feet of King Henry VIII to the Treacle Well. Tranquillity.
  • Beautiful and hidden. We just don't have churches like this in the USA!
  • There is a special energy in this place
  • God's spirit brought me here. Jesus is dwelling in this place.
  • I love this church.  Returning here again, quite special.
  • I played your harmonium and I and my daughters sang hymns: how lovely to find an open invitation and not a prohibition. S. South Africa
  • It made my son's day to be able to play the organ. C. Oxfordshire
  • I was an organ scholar and don't play much these days. Great to play here, many thanks
  • I came from Hungary to visit this church in honour of my beloved grandmother.
  • Thank you for keeping the church open, always a joy to visit.
  • A pocket of refuge.
  • A quiet place of solace in a world of business and pain. Thank you, Lord.
  • Once more I found that this is where God can be truly found. And I have been to many churches