This late 19th century church can be found about three four miles West of Kendal, on the B5284.
Built in 1882 to designs by Stephen Shaw, it is a grey, industrial looking church, very square and with a squat, squared, three storey tower.
About half a mile directly to the South, the remains of the old church tower can be seen in the fields, left standing as a monument.
The church retains a 14th century bell, probably from the original church.
It possesses only two tiny stained glass windows, shown below.
There is just enough room to safely park your car on the roadside here, and, if the gates to the church yard are open, enough room for about two cars in the tarmacked area of the church yard. On both occasions I've visited this church, it has been unlocked.