The spire of Nash Church is a landmark for many miles around the Nash area. This Church is the centre attraction for Nash located next to the Waterloo Inn and the Community Hall. The parish church dates back to the 12th century and is a Grade 1 listed church. The church was largely rebuilt during the 16th century and during the early 20th century the bell ringer's room was used as a temporary mortuary for the bodies of five sailors who had lost their lives at sea. Additionally, during World War II the church saw congregations of up to 400 people.

In 2004-2005 the interior saw some restorations and is notable for its complete set of 18th century furnishings, with box pews, a three-decker pulpit and a western gallery.