The church is some way from the centre of the village of Hanworth (the village green) and dedicated to St Bartholomew. It was all rebuilt in the early 15th century Perpendicular period which gave it a splendid square tower. It replaced a smaller Norman church. The tower still has its ring of bells on an ancient bell-frames (a rare survival). In the nave, black-marble leger slabs are a memorial to the Doughty family of the Hall. The churchyard is still used for burials and the interment of ashes.