Stody is a picturesque, round towered church that dates back in part to Saxon times.
Inside is a superb collection of 15th century glass, the figures show Kings and Prophets, the Apostles, the Virgin Mary and female Saints.
On the roof are carved shields, bosses and several wooden angels. There is also a octagonal Purbeck marble font.
The church is open to visitors from dawn to dusk.
The impact of bats in Stody church has significantly increased in recent years. We have now funded a survey of the church to get more information about the bat species and how they're using the building, alongside cleaning advice and interpretation for visitors.