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All Hallows Church is a unique red-brick building designed by the architect Munro Cautley. The church was built in 1938 to replace what is now the church hall as the centre of Anglican worship for the parish and has recently been granted Grade II listed status.
Of special interest is the inlaid walnut marquetry in the chancel, choir stalls and twin ambo (perhaps better known as the reading desk and pulpit) which are in art deco style. Mostly we celebrate the Eucharist at the nave altar which stands between the Children's Chapel to the right and the intimate Lady Chapel to the left. We also have a fine brass showing St Paul at the moment of his conversion. People often speak of feeling the presence of God in this beautiful, yet simple, building.
Our worship takes place on Sunday mornings at 10am. The church is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music and, along with our robed choir, we enjoy singing much of the liturgy.
The parish of All Hallows covers the Greenwich, Gainsborough and Ravenswood areas in the south east of Ipswich and a warm welcome awaits any visitors.
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