|The Church, Baxterley|
|OS grid reference|
|Location||Wood End, Warwickshire|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Website||Kingsbury And Baxterley Churches|
|Length||10.5 metres (34 ft)|
|Width||7 metres (23 ft)|
|Diocese||Diocese of Birmingham|
|Province||Province of Canterbury|
|Vicar(s)||Revd. Dr. John White|
Baxterley Church is situated at the western side of the Parish towards Wood End and dates from the 12th century.
This small grade II listed parish church is of square plan. The windows in the c. 12th–century chancel are small. The church has been extended in the 13th, 14th and 19th–centuries. The font is 15th–century.
The church dates from Norman Times and was built around 1200 AD with additions built throughout its life. The foundations of the nave Date from the 14th century. The base of the small tower was built around 1540 but the top section is early 17th century. The church was extensively rebuilt c. 1875 by Paull and Bickerdike.
The Church, surrounded by small farms, is situated around 1.7 miles (2.7 km) from the village which when the church was built was the nearest settlement however since the construction of Wood End in 1890 which is 1.2 miles (2 km) away it has become the nearest settlement.
It is part of the Deanery of Polesworth, which is part of the Archdeaconry of Aston.
- Historic England. "Baxterley, North Warwickshire, Warwickshire (309173)". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010.
- Doubleday 1947
- Warwickshire's past unlocked[permanent dead link]
- John Foxe's book of martyrs
-  CWGC Casualty Record.
- "KingsBaxtGroup.org". Kingsbury & Baxterley Group of Parish Churches. Retrieved 15 November 2014.
- William Page; Louis Francis Salzman (1947), Doubleday, Herbert Arthur, ed., The Victoria History of the Counties of England: A history of the county of Warwick: Hemingford Hundred, IV, A Constanle, pp. 151–159