This late medieval church in Essex retains its character despite undergoing major internal alteration. The works included the reordering of the West end of the Nave, and the South Aisle. The new organ gallery is predominately of English oak, with the structural stanchions encased with purpose made fibrous plaster columns of the Tuscan order. The organ loft was designed in conjunction with Suffolk organ builder; Roger Pulham.
Further reordering works in the nave and south aisle free up the areas, providing open areas for worship. The font occupies a prominent position in the south aisle and the open space adjacent helps with the congregation and especially during baptisms when numbers increase.