St Osmunds is a magnificent late Victorian Gothic Church designed by local architect Percy Currie, brother of the first Vicar, Lancelot.
Visitors comment that the church has a real atmosphere of prayer.
It has a superb acoustic and is popular for concerts. The church has an unusual set of Stations of the Cross in plaster of paris and a striking Rood Screen. The beautiful Reredos was designed and painted by a former incumbent and has a surround of local Chellaston alabaster.
The Font is transitional Gothic (I think!) and is much admired as a piece of craftsmanship.
The Lady Chapel has very fine brick arcading.
The style of our worship is modern Anglo Catholic.