St Edmund, Egleton is a church of many mysteries. Open every day, we invite you to visit and experience the presence of this place as a focus of prayer and worship for nearly a thousand years. The history of the building can be seen in the carvings and arches which reveal its Norman origins. A guide book is available to highlight those features which may puzzle – not least the presence of 12 scratch dials on the outer walls of the church, a total said to be the highest in Rutland.

A warm and friendly congregation welcomes visitors to services of Holy Communion (Common Worship, traditional) at 9.15am on the first and third Sundays of each month. Services are also held to celebrate special festivals.