Holy Trinity Church interior
Inside the church, there would have been no pews or pulpit in the nave until the 15th C when they were a result of the growing popularity of sermons and readings. Earlier, there may have been a few benches around the walls for the aged and infirm. The earliest floor may have been beaten earth strewn with rushes, but when Penn started to make floor tiles in the 14th C or earlier, it seems highly probable that they would have been laid in the church. There may have had some sort of heating, braziers perhaps, to keep out the winter cold. Payments for "fyre" are found in other churchwarden's accounts, although none survive for Penn for this period..