Our Church – St Mary the Virgin – is a small Norman building with later modifications, beautiful in its simplicity and well maintained. It was totally refurbished in 1910. The interior is light and airy, having only one small stained glass window.
We have chairs rather than pews, which means we are able to use the church for Harvest Suppers, quizzes or similar events. We are the only place of worship in the village and, as there is no shop or public house, the only meeting place.
We have a small but loyal congregation, who are well supported by the community at our lively and imaginative fundraising events.
As a Church, we endeavour to grow and work together to encourage and care for others, and be available to listen to people’s needs.
We have a small Church Hall adjacent to the Church, used for meetings, small gatherings and our Coffee mornings – 10am till noon – on the 3rd Thursday of most months.
- Parking for 5 or so cars is available on the roadside directly in front of the church.
- There is easy access for the disabled.
- Toilets are in the Church Hall next to the Church.