Mexborough parish church is very ancient in origin. Documents show that a church was on this site shortly after the Norman Conquest in 1066. In 1350-1400 the church consisted of a tower and spire, a nave and a square-headed chancel. When the refurbishment in 1890 started, it was evident that the church had gone through three stages of restoration.
During the restoration of 1890, the plaster and whitewash were removed on the north aisle to reveal the Creed, Lord’s Prayer and the Ten Commandments. They are well worth a visit.
The church has a lot of treasures to explore including some ancient stones in the porch. There is some beautiful stained glass and some stalls made by Robert ‘Mousey’ Thompson. The font is octagonal stone font and was made in the early 14th century. There are various memorials around church.