Facilities and features


The toilet is wheelchair friendly. It is next to the church room at the east end of the church - not attached to the church.

There is a changing drop down table in the toilet.

If needed direct access can be done by driving carefully round the church and dropping off at the door.

Our toilet is fully functional toilet for wheelchair users, ambulant disabled and everyone. It does not have an alarm pull.

You can take the car very carefully round the church to the main entrance on the south side. The car can be left by the door if necessary. The drives are all tarmaced and level right into the church.

The access to the church and the nave is flat. There are steps for the chancel.

We have a full sound system with a hearing loop installed

All our service booklets are available in large print.

We are dog friendly - drinking bowl outside our small church room.

Our Building

The church is a Grade II* building based on a medieval foundation but largely re built in the 1850s under the instructions of the architect George Edmund Street. The tower and parts of the vestry are medieval. The rest is Victorian and the church has been well looked after and restored in recent years including a new floor with underfloor heating.

Music and Worship

The bell ringers meet every Friday at 7pm and welcome anyone who wishes to join in. Cakes are an integral part of the evening practice.


The Community choir meets ever Monday at 6pm. They sometimes help with services but it is a secular group not a church choir.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Wednesday nights at 7.30 to 9.15 pm at Admaston Farm .

Call in for Coffee every Saturday morning 10am to 12 noon in the Church Room. Everyone welcome.

Messy church is on every second Sunday at 10.30 ish - with refreshments at the end. No Messy in November or August.

Help for Visitors

We have an active History society in the village and lots of information about the church in the church.

Other Features

We collect suitable food for the local food bank. Please help and place your contribution in the large plastic box by the tower door.

We ave an overhead projector which we use for various services.

The church garden round the church is well looked after and there is a section down the drive to the Glebe field (between the church and rectory) which is a conservation area.