Built in 1909, it is a fine example of the Midlands famous architect Bidlake.
The land was donated by Emmanuel Collage Cambridge.
There are a number of important features to be found at Emmanuel.
The High Altar is a fine example of an English Altar, once so common in our land, now sadly rare.
The Reredos has three panels each of which depicts a scene of the Incarnation.
There are two organs in Emmanuel. The one at the West End is a fine Willis Organ dating from the 1930's and originally in a Church in Kensington.
The one at the East end is completely new and designed to accompany the choir.
The Lady Chapel is of the particular style of the1960's with its floor built below the level of the Church.
Used for morning prayers at 8.30am Tuesday to Friday, for Holy Communion 10am every Wednesday and on the first Sunday of each month at 8am, it houses the Blessed Sacrament.