The Church of England parish church of St. Laurence was built in 1395 for Eynsham Abbey. Its interior has several 15th century wall paintings, including a Doom over the chancel arch. St. Laurence's is a Grade I listed building.
St. Laurence's bell tower had a ring of five bells, which ranged in date from 1621 to 1629. It had also an historic clock which may also have been early 17th century. In 1918 a fire damaged the tower, the bells and the clock. The remains of the clock were salvaged, restored and installed in the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford. John Taylor & Co of Loughborough recast the damaged bells as a ring of six in 1924. John Smith and Sons of Derby supplied a new clock in 1948.
Detail of Crucifixion on wall painting
Blind-traceried stone pulpit
Parapet with quatrefoil decoration
Detail of medieval stained glass
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