This church was built, in the Early English Style, from designs by Thomas Rickman and completed in 1838. You will see a plaque bearing this date over one of the entrance doors. It was consecrated on 26th October 1838.
Extensive re-ordering of the interior was completed in 1998. This included the creation of a Narthex area, a kitchen and other useful rooms, on two floors, to the rear of the Nave. Further works to enlarge the kitchen were carried out in 2019. These alterations together with the repainting of the interior and stripping of the pine pews have produced the present light and airy feel.


The church is open each day during daylight hours. If you are planning a visit, why not dowload and print the leaflets before you leave home?

Church Guide

Stations of the Cross

The Ascension Painting

Then and Now