There is something really wonderful about a church building in floodlight – maybe even magical.

Take a look at Fenstanton St. Peter & St. Paul parish church bathed in colour and you’ll get what I mean –


Or maybe Fenton St. Mary’s church in the more traditional white spotlight-

I just think that a church lit up at night, whether in colour or in white light, is something a bit special, don’t you agree?


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I wonder what the Barony St. John church building would look like all lit up?

Spectacular, I think.

Inside, the Barony St. John is the wonderfully grand church organ –


Now here is the organ in St. Luke’s in Glasgow, the former church which has now been converted into an Events Centre –


You must admit, there are similarities – but here is St. Luke’s organ backlit with lights and hosting a music event –


Looks pretty cool doesn’t it?

And here is our floor area –


And here is St. Luke’s with the pews taken out and set up for a wedding –


St. Luke’s also have a bar which can be lit in colours to match bridesmaids’ dresses or any colour scheme and matches the lights at the organ –


Now how cool is that?

Wouldn’t the Barony St. John look superb if it had this makeover?

Well, it may well do – and it’s could be up to you. We are asking for your opinion in a Survey Monkey to determine what the Barony St. John buildings could be transformed into. So for your say on what we should do with them, simply log into and give us your opinion.

Many thanks 😀