It was cold saturday afternoon, when Bob took us to the oldest church in Jersey. It just took us about 15 minutes travel from Greve de Lecq Barracks, St. Mary to St. Brelade, Jersey. It was built in the 11th century. The church was so magnifient, that it reveals the strong engineering design of that time. It was strategically placed that it can withstand the test of time.
St. Brelades's Church at St. Brelade, Jersey, UK.
These shows the list of the priest that has governed the church. Which dates back as far as the 12th century. It used to be a Roman catholic church, but now it is by angelican church.
On its back is the St. Brelades Bay.On front of it is the Oak tree of 350 years old. The two Oak tree is believed to be planted together at the same time.
On its corner is the farmers chapel with the medieval paintings.