Normally open during daylight hours.

Getting here

It is thought that the present church was built in the early 14th century, and was preceded by at least two others. The church is of the Decorated English period, built mainly of flint, with an imposing tower which stands 95' (29 m) high.

There is a good car park in front of the church. St Mary's has six bells, tenor weight 15 cwt.

Families are always welcome to all of the services.

The building is the focus of our church community which gathers week by week to engage with God’s Mission of love to the world.  Will you join us on our journey and perhaps make it yours?

We give shape to our work by following the 'Five Marks of Mission' adopted by the Anglican Church worldwide, and seek to show them both in our communal and individual lives. They are to:

proclaim the good news of the Kingdom teach, baptize and nurture new believers respond to human need by loving service seek to transform unjust structures of society, challenging violence, injustice and oppression and working for peace and reconciliation strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustaining and renewing the life of the earth

We have strong links with Great Finborough Church School catering for children from 4 to 11 from this parish. We welcome enquiries for Weddings and Baptisms which should be made to the Rector.

You will be most welcome to join us in our worship or at any of our events detailed in Buxhall Broadcast or by contacting the Rector or a Churchwarden who will be happy to help.

We are in a benefice with Onehouse, Great Finborough, Harleston, Shelland, Combs and Little Finborough, who you will find have a similar focus for their work.

Rector:  The Revd Sarah Jenkins (01449 676065)

Assistant Curate: The Revd Canon Pauline Higham (01449 771791)

Churchwarden: Mr David Steed (01449 737991)

Churchwarden: Mr David King (01449 737405)


Brettenham Road
IP14 3DJ

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