Facilities and features
The entrance and church is all on one level apart from a shallow step up to the altar for the service leader. We therefore have easy access for buggies, wheelchairs and motorised scooters.
Our standard service booklets are available in large print.
Assistance dogs are always welcome.
People often find tranquility in this peaceful rural church for prayer and reflection.
The Church is a Grade II* listed building. It was listed in the Domesday Book and has some interesting historical features. It also has a listed 18th century chest tomb in the churchyard was restored in July, 2020.
Music and Worship
Normally bell-ringing takes place once a month on a Wednesday evening. We have six bells.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Help for Visitors
A free modern information leaflet is available
The church is usually open from 0900 to 2100
Some services, especially All-age ones, have PowerPoint.
The church is within a conservation area. We have recently had a survey done in the churchyard and found more than 140 species of wildflowers, grasses, bushes and trees and more than 140 invertebrates have been identified.
We are a Fairtrade Church though we do not have a Fairtrade stall.