In 2008 a new stained glass window was installed on the south side of the church. It depicts walkers on the road to Emmaus accompanied by the risen Jesus in a Wolds setting. The window was formally dedicated by Archbishop Sentamu in 2009.
History This delightful small church preserves its original 12th-century plan of nave and chancel. There is a Norman south doorway and 13th- and14th century windows. Look out for the modern window on the south side. The small brick tower is of early 19th century as is the charming unspoilt interior with west gallery, painted panelling and simple king-post roof. Altar rails are by Thompson, the 'mouseman' of Kilburn in North Yorkshire.