This church was built between 1841-2 for Marcus Richard Southwell, the vicar, helped by a grant from the Incorporated Church Building Society and was to seat 460. It is in a Norman style in flint with red brick dressings and stone details with patterned brickwork at the west end. It is symmetrical with no chancel, just an apse, transepts and aisle. The interior today is much altered from when it was first built, with additions in 1968.