Space, Time, Mystery and Meaning in an Ordinary Church.
In this book, Margaret Visser makes the church of St Agnes - and at the same time any church - more accessible to visitors, opening up the spiritual, cultural and historical riches that any such building offers. She shows how, in a predominantly secular age, a religious building still has the power to evoke a response and find unexpected resonance.
At the end of the book we arrive at the tomb of Agnes herself. Her bones still demand to be taken into account - and still pose challenging questions.