The church is the most southerly in the Diocese of Southwell, with the busy town of Loughborough a stones throw to the south.
Services are from the Book of Common Prayer with readings from the King James Bible. There is a small choir which helps maintain the use of the Psalter in our services. We are blessed with choirs at Rempstone and East Leake who often swell the singing at major festivals, after which tea and cake is enjoyed at the back of church. We also hold said services to mark the feast days of saints.
The building encompasses work from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries, a substantial restoration was carried out in 1893 by the architect W. S. Weatherley and financed by Richard Ratcliffe a partner in the Bass Brewery at Burton upon Trent. As a result of this restoration there is much carved wood inside the church including a screen, triptych, organ case, choir stalls and roofs.
There is a peal of eight bells in the tower. The Organ is an unaltered two manual Willis from 1895.