Just north of Berkhamstead, the church has some Saxon remains in the south and west walls. The chancel is 13th century, the transepts 13th and 14th century. The stone tower was rebuilt in the 15th century with a porch and north aisle added in the 19th century. The east window showing the Crucifixion is an early Kempe example. The Millennium window is by Alexander Sidorov, the Loxley memorial showing local scenes is by Hugh Easton.
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