The Parish has existed since 1793 and the current church was built by Arthur Young, by a gift from Mr Arthur Guy Ellis in memory of his wife Edith Cécile.
It is an extraordinarily pretty church, of the gothic revival style. It is set in its own churchyard with overhanging trees and a carpet of wild flowers. It is Grade 2 Listed, as is its rural lych gate, and has been used as a backdrop to TV films.
More information can be found on Taking Stock
Built in 1926 as a chapel of ease, this little church serves as the Chapel for St Thomas of Canterbury school as well as providing the village with a local church.
In 2017 this church underwent significant works and now boasts a disabled toilet and handy kitchen, as well as new ramp. Further work is planned in the near future to create a focal point around the church.
We are linked with the Parish of Buntingford.