Winter : 8.30 am to 4 pm; summer 8.30 am to 6 pm. You will normally be welcome to join in our services (even if they are in progress when you arrive!) but visitors are requested to return when services have finished.
A glorious building of cathedral-like proportions mainly dating from around 1500 at the height of Lavenham's period of prosperity as a wool-cloth manufacturing town. The church, which incorporates a wealth of carving in both oak and stone, was financed by the 13th Earl of Oxford - Lord of the Manor - and a number of wealthy cloth merchants, including the immensely rich Thomas Spring III.Our Mission Statement We exist to honour God by worshipping together, welcoming and showing the love of God to all and encouraging open-minded people to discover for themselves the significance of Jesus Christ
Lavenham Parochial Church Council is registered as a charity No. 1131642
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