The interior of the church is fairly plain. There is a wooden screeen betwen the nave and chancel. Much of the interios was renovated in the 19c but has a fairly timeless feel about it. There is an organ dating from Victorian times, a raised pulpit, wooden pews and a small vestry to one side of the nave.The structure has brick and flint walls, a peg tiled roof and a shingle covered tower and spire. There is open farm land to the north with no adjacent buildings. To the west is woodland. Adjoining the property to the south is a Victorian house set in expansive grounds, which was, in times past, the old Rectory. The church is approached from the west up a 1/4 mile track though a small wood and avenue of large horse-chestnut trees. The church is not visible from the road and vice versa. The inside of the church is quite plain with a wooden screen between the nave and chancel and with mainly plain glass leaded windows. It will accommodate a maximum of 80-100 for services The church is kept open with services on two Sundays of each month.
The church is constructed of brick and flint with a brick porch and a wooden shingle tower and steeple. It dates back to 15c but withparts added or renovated over the years. There has been no modern or recent building. The church is set in a small and fairly open church yard with a number of gravestones dated from different era. The church is set back from and not visible from the road, which is a quiet country lane, and is approached by a 1/4 mile long track through woodland and an avenue of large horse-chestnut trees. To the north there are open fields and countryside. To the east and west is woodland. Adjoining the churchyard to the south is a Victorian country house set in extensive grounds; this was, in times past, the rectory.