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St James' Icklingham is a 13th century building consisting of chancel and nave. A number of years ago “Project St. James” was formed and still continues to be active in fundraising within the community to aid church funding.
The redundant church of All Saints is at the opposite end of the village from St. James. This delightful building is the jewel in the crown of redundant churches in Suffolk and with its thatched roof draws visitors from far and wide. All Saints is used twice a year for special services.
St. James likes to be welcoming without being intrusive. They keep the community in prayer, especially those ill or bereaved.
On the third Sunday of each month we don't have a service in Freckenham, as we join with our 5 sister churches and get together to worship at St Mary's Mildenhall.
Please see our website at www.mildenhallanglicanchurches.org
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