Twenty years after the original build, the Apse was constructed, incorporating a
beautiful Harry Clarke stained-glass window.
The altar with matching ambo is the focal point within the Church and is of a simple,
yet elegant marble construction.
This Harry Clarke-style window was salvaged from a Convent Chapel in Ireland and
installed as the focal point of the apse in St Vincent’s in 2001. It depicts the
Crucifixion and the figures of Our Lady and St John the Evangelist.
More images of the Church can be viewed on the gallery page....
The design of the church allows the congregation to feel close to the centre of the
celebrations, with unobstructed views of the altar and lectern.
The Tabernacle has its own dedicated space at the front of the Church for reservation
of the Blessed Sacrament and private prayer
The church was built in the grounds of the old church in 1981, and boasts a modern
octagonal design. It sits close to the centre of the historic market town of Knutsford,
and adjacent to Tatton Park. It serves a wide area of the local Roman Catholic community,
and is a regular place of worship.