LAST week’s guest church was St Mary’s, Kettlewell, and was correctly identified by Edward Scott, Jean Horner, and Mary Slater.

One of the churches of Upper Wharfedale and Littondale, along with the churches at Arncliffe, Conistone and Hubberholme, St Mary’s comes under the Anglican diocese of Leeds.

Set in the picturesque Dales village of Kettlewell and beneath the slopes of Great Whernside, St Mary’s church is a sanctuary of peace and tranquility, as it is described on its website.

The church continues on its website that the original Norman church was founded in 1120, but of that church, only the magnificent font remains.

The church was rebuilt by the Georgians, but demolished in 1882 when it was found to be unsafe.

The Georgian tower remains to crown the Victorian church consecrated on St Mary’s day 1885.

The church is also home to some inspirational and unique stain glass from the 20th century.

With the notable theme of the two world wars, the East Window shows a young Christ looking over the battlefield of 1916 and is a memorial to Charles Cutcliffe Hyne.

The Holdsworth Windows are memorials to John and Michael of Scargill House killed in action during World War Two.

How about this week’s guest church with a very colourful, heartfelt message? Answers by 8am on Monday to