Facilities and features
There is no toilet in church but the one in the village hall is available to the church congregation. It is adjacent to the church.
In Village Hall toilets.
Car Parking is available at the rear of the church in the Village Hall car park.
In Village Hall next to the church.
The Jesse Tree stained glass window is frequently visited.
The church is open each day between 9.30 and 4.30pm.
Grade 2* listed building. 13th Century and earlier. Probably built on a Saxon foundation. This is an attractive stone church at the heart of the village. The church tower has a distinctive saddleback roof. WWII memorial to Polish and American airmen lost in local aircrash in 1944. Burghley memorial in chancel to Elizabeth Cecil sister to William, first Lord Burghley.
A public footpath runs through the churchyard down to the River Welland.
Music and Worship
The bells are rung before Sunday services.
BCP Holy Communion. The first Sunday of every month at 9.00am
The young people and others lead the all-age worship with a small band. 4th Sunday at 9.00am.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Benefice youth group. The young people meet at Ketton Congregational Hall at 7.30pm on a Friday evening.
Occasional events as advertised.
Help for Visitors
There are guidebooks available in church.
9.30am - 4.30pm each day.
The whole of Tinwell is marked as a conservation area by Rutland County Council. A distinctive stone village.