About Us

Our friendly Church is situated in the heart of Northill, next to the Crown Inn, by the pond and opposite both the Village Hall and the village school. It has a large churchyard with some very historic table graves, a small Garden of Remembrance and a wildlife area. 

There are services every week, as listed on the Services page. 

There are a number of events held every year which both fundraise and provide entertainment and cohesion opportunities  for all the village. An example of these can be seen in the events section.

It is a large village church and the building was started in the early 1300's , and was completed after the ravages of the Black Death had passed. It is a Grade 1 listed building in the conservation area. 

It has many fascinating and historic features inside, and the building is open for a minimum of 10am-2pm daily and visitors are always encouraged. 

Things to look out for: 

Carved Bosses in the Porch

The Font 

Stained Glass

Carved Rood Screen

Carved faces on misericords in the Chancel 

Brass Tables commemorating the Harvey Family 

Historic Flags

Portrait of Edward Fowler - the nemesis of John Bunyan

Memorial Bier to Thomas Tompion - the clockmaker

Gun Tompion from HMS Iron Duke