Facilities and features
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Please park where indicated adjacent to Newtons Farm. From there please follow the road/path to the church (5 minute walk)
Limited Parking adjacent to church, by kind permission of the land owners. Please be aware that there are a few steps into the churchyard and the churchyard itself can be uneven, so please use caution.
Grade 1 Listed
A small Norman church of the C11 with a nave and apsidal chancel. At the west end there is a small timber-framed and weatherboarded belfry with a pyramid roof. Restored and altered in 1853. The Church is now faced with cement. The south door has an C11 arch enriched with lattice ornamentation in the tympanum and a single order of shafts with chevron and spiral ornamentation. The chancel has a fine C11 arch with chevron ornamentation and 1 order of shafts with spiral and lattice ornamentation. The east window has ornamented shafts and an arch with chevron ornamentation and the sanctuary has a cross vault with carved boss. The interior has a cycle of C13 wall paintings much of which survives. The font is C15, octagonal with figures and shields. Graded for its historical interest and interior features.
Music and Worship
Our 8am Holy Communion Services and 6.30pm Evensong Services are traditional language
Groups, Courses and Activities
In conjunction with the other churches within the benefice - please see website for details.
Our Benefice Messy Church is usually held in St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland on the last Sunday of the month from 4-6pm
Help for Visitors
By Prior arrangement with the Church Wardens
Books and souvenirs are available in the church
Open daily, usually from 9.30am to 4pm (be aware that the porch door can sometimes be a bit sticky so give it a good push!) Please check with Church Wardens if you are planning to travel any distance.