Facilities and features
We have a portaloo sited in the north porch.
Car parking available in the Village Hall car park or at Broughton Hall.
Cars can also be parked in the school lay-by outside school times
A ramp is available if needed
Large print versions are available for most services
The church of St Mary and St Lambert has existed on this site since at least the 13th Century. The clerestorey was added between 1400 - 1500. The tower porch was built in the 1400s and the wooden to to the tower was installed 1742-1745, to accommodate 10 bells, and was completely replaced and dedicated in 1986.
The nearest Post Office is at Stonham Barns.
Music and Worship
We have ten bells in our tower which are rung fairly frequently
We have live music at most of our services, sometimes with accordion, violin etc, sometimes with the organ and sometimes with the Six Village Church Band
Some services are accompanied with organ music.
Our Evensong services usually on the fourth Sunday at 6.30pm are from the Book of Common Prayer
Groups, Courses and Activities
We have a regular free coffee morning on Thursdays - 9am - 11am during term time, 10am - 11am during school holidays. Everyone welcome for cakes, biscuits, tea, coffee etc! Children welcome too.
Help for Visitors
A Guide to the Church of St Mary and St Lambert, Stonham Aspal is available at the back of the church
Church is open daily from about 9am.