Diocesan Board of Patronage
Croydon Episcopal Area
Details of the Church
The church is a neo-Gothic building erected in the mid-1860’s. The building consists of a nave in the south-west comer with an aisle to the north. To the east, the nave opens into a chancel and to the north of this there is a side chapel which in turn opens on the eastern side to a small vestry.
The walls are constructed with sandstone with feature bands of brick-work and predominantly the roofs, which are supported on timber trusses, are finished with plain tiling, but with slates to the aisle and vestry roofs. There is a belfry at the west end of the building. The windows are glazed leaded lights, with stained glass to five of the windows. The building is surrounded by grassed areas, with a graveyard occupying the land to the south.