This small church in the hamlet of Giddy Green was designed by the architect J.T. Parkinson of Jersey and built in 1836-40. Originally in the parish of St Christopher's Winfrith Newburgh, it was transferred at some point in the twentieth-century to the parish of Wool and Coombe Keynes. In the early 1970s the church was made redundant and went through a long period of occasional secular use and then disuse.
The building has been purchased by the Purbeck Vineyard church and is now in regular use for worship once again.
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