Services normally follow the pattern:
|1st Sunday||8am||Said Communion|
|2nd Sunday||11am||Children's Service|
|3rd Sunday||8am||Said Communion|
|4th Sunday||11am||Holy Communion Family Service|
The building itself is Grade II Listed: built in 1876. Stone walls, and tile roof. Victorian Early English style; chancel of two bays with a north vestry, and nave of four bays with a south porch.
The roof has bands of scalloped tiles : at the west end there is a stone bell turret. Walls of polygonal stonework, with ironstone impost band and lower plinth: ashlar dressings, stepped buttresses, single, coupled and three light cusped lancets beneath quotrefoils and hood moulds, cill band, and plinth band.
The interior has red brick walls with yellow brick patterns, and Victorian fittings.