The church dates from Norman times but there was probably a Saxon place of worship on the same site. It is now Grade II listed. It originally had a wooden spire and would have been almost a twin to West Worlington. It however fell into a state of dilapidation and was rebuilt by its Patron, the Earl of Portsmouth, who lived at Eggesford House 10 miles to the West. There is an original Norman window in the chancel and a Norman arch in the South Porch. The bells were refurbished with a National lottery grant in 2007. Having been parliamentarians during the Civil war they returned to the Royalist fold when Charles II took the throne. The 17th century Church house became part of the primary school and the old tithe barn is now a restored and modernised parish hall
Services are held here twice a month using contemporary language and Sunday club meets monthly.
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