Chappel - St Barnabas
Consecrated by the Bishop of London in 1352, St Barnabas was originally a chapel of ease to Great Tey, shortly after the Black Death, and eventually gave its name to the village of Chappel. The design of the nave and chancel is single cell, with no structural division under the roof. The south door and porch are early 17th century and 18th century respectively. Grade I listed.