The church is a listed grade 1 building located off Hall Drive, down a gravel pathway. It dates from the Saxon/Norman era and was the local church for the Sibthorpe family.

The central part of the nave is 11th century, with mid 12th century arches to the north aisle and to the chancel. About 1350 the nave was extended westwards and large decorated windows were installed, including one at the west end, now hidden by the organ. Perhaps the church's most interesting feature is hidden from view altogether. In 1815 the digging out of a vault for Sibthorp burials in the present vestry revealed remains of a Roman tesselated pavement, more of which was found a century later under the tower floor. (extracts from 'A walk round Canwick, the Lincolnshire Estate village of the Sibthorps' by Dennis Mills(

Its seats 150 people and the World War I memorial is located in its grounds. In the north east corner of the chuchyard are some Sibthorp family graves.




Sunday Services: insidechurch

1st - Morning Worship - 09:30am

2nd - Holy Communion (BCP) - 09:30am

3rd - Morning Worship - 09:30am

4th - Family Communion - 09:30am

5th - Benefice Service - 10:30am

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