St Mary’s is a Grade 1 listed building dating from the 12th century.
It has an attractive square bell tower topped by stone angels and is one of the few Suffolk churches with a porch within the bell tower itself. It is built from a mixture of brick, sandstone and knapped flint.
During the great storm of 1987, the whole of the East wall of the chancel was destroyed together with the stained glass window. This was replaced shortly afterwards with a very fine modern stained glass window which incorporates the only intact piece of glass from the old window - Christ's head!