St James in Freiston is, typically for the area, externally in the Perpendicular style.
Inside, though, is a long Norman nave with a thirteenth-century extension to the west. The east end originally led to a crossing and choir, demolished after after Dissolution; this was a Benedictine Priory.
The chapels have old screens, the fifteenth-century font has its original canopied cover.
Mark Acton, 2011