Signposted from the main part of the village, from which it is quite distant, St Andrew's is hidden at the bottom of a single-track lane. It is the most unexpected place to find a major mediaeval building. St Andrew's is a complex “double church” with features including a painted screen, “Seven Sacraments” font with original colouring, and a superb Norman doorway inside the tower. There are five bells in the tower which are rung for festivals. The church is open during daylight hours in summer and at weekends in winter.
The new priest for the Benefice is expected to be installed in February 2017, and will be resident in Ringsfield Vicarage.
St Andrews holds three regular services each month:
Family Holy Communion - 11.15am in the Village Hall on the first Sunday of the month.
Family Service - 11.15am in the Village Hall on the third Sunday of the month (with refreshments beforehand).
Holy Communion - 8am at St Andrews on the fourth Sunday of the month.