Facilities and features
Click on the tags below to learn more about each.
A unisex accessible toilet is located in the vestry and is open during times of services and events.
There is general car parking available on the opposite side of the road to the church and two spaces for those with disabilities next to the church gate. Parking on the Green is not encouraged unless necessary.
New unisex toilet and wash room (see also toilet tag).
Two spaces next to the main church gate.
The access is relatively flat into the church although wheelchairs may need to use a ramp that is located just inside the main south door. The stairs into the chancel for communion have an access ramp with handrail provided.
A loop system is part of the audio system
Grade 1 Listed (Historic England List entry No: 1331176) and within the Barrington Conservation Area. The church is in the main early C13 with C14-15 additions. Built of Dressed clunch from the nearby quarry with some elements in imported limestone and parts of the exterior faced in C19 'Roman cement'. The roof is tiled and late C14 and replaces the older much steeper roof that may have been thatch (remains of the profile can be seen on the west tower). It has both its north and south doors protected by substantial porches. A mortuary and former Chantry chapel still remains off the North aisle (Bendyshe Chapel) and the vestry off the south aisle is of C19 date. The Pulpit is early C17 with original sounding board but cut down stem the Pews in the Nave are Late C15 or C16.. Font is C13 limestone bowl with shafted corners on a later C14, clunch base, with panelled sides. The Parish Chest is C16 with interlaced iron straps. Coffin bearer: in north aisle. There are numerous medieval to modern scratchings in the church some of which contain medieval poetry. Late medieval wall painting of 'the three dead' is visible in part of the south wall of the nave arcade (although the area above the north arcades also have remains of black letter texts under the lime wash).
Music and Worship
There is a peel of six bells that are rung on a regular basis.
Occasional Programmes of traditional classical music occur in the summer months
Evensong each month
Sings at most local services and forms the core of the Benefice choir which sings at Benefice services.
Groups, Courses and Activities
This occurs as part of the Benefice wide programmes often from the Rectory in Orwell during Lent.
At 3.30pm after school.
Help for Visitors
Every day during hours of daylight and of course during services
A Free Emergency Food resource for those who cannot access the Food Banks for any reason.
The Barrington Conservation area includes the church, the school, the 22 acre Village Green and properties that surround the village green