Facilities and features


We have recently opened a disabled toilet, accessible from the north door, next to the war memorial

Available in the toilet

Accessible Toilet

We have mobile ramps which we will put up for you as soon as you come up to the door.

It you turn your hearing aid onto T it will connect to the loop.

If you warn us beforehand. Email [email protected]

Our Building

We have one of the few Jesse windows in a parish church. The majority of this east window dates from the 13th century, having been recently restored by the stained glass workshops at Canterbury cathedral.
We also have a modern window designed by a local artist around the theme of resurrection using life in our local lake for inspiration. This was installed as a gift from parishioners to celebrate the millennium.

Open from 10 to 5 from Easter to Harvest and at other times we can arrange to open up if you contact the Churchwardens. Details in the porch.

A complete 13th century church with some wonderful and interesting features. We have booklets and a trail to help you find some of our special areas.

We are working to reduce our carbon footprint by moving from oil to green fuels.
We have a large churchyard full of wildlife to enjoy and reflect.
We are a Fair Trade church

Music and Worship

These are held at various times throughout the year. Check out our news features for more details.

You can enjoy our lovely organ music at most services. Check out the tags to find which ones.

8am on the first Sunday of the month is a BCP communion service.

Groups, Courses and Activities

After the 10am service on the first Friday we meet for coffee at the Wheel pub.
There are refreshments after all services and we welcome visitors, even if you don’t attend the service.

Help for Visitors

A church guide gives lots of details or there is a free trail with notes to help you find our highlights.

Open all day from 10 to 5 from Easter to Harvest.

Other Features

Collected every Wednesday from a box in the church porch to help us share our plenty with others in the area who are less blessed.

We are a medieval church in a traditional small village with many other old buildings.

Refreshments after every service feature fair trade tea and coffee and homemade cakes or fair trade biscuits.