Built in 1260 the church was extensively restored in the C19th. Cransford has no school, shop or pub and the church is a focus for the community. A small congregation is keeping the church alive in this community. The tiles on the north face of the roof have developed severe delamination due to moss and frost action. The tiles are crumbling and water is likely to penetrate soon. Currently serviceable, there is now risk of severe water ingress if repairs are not done.