Church of England Diocese of St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich Groton

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

The church does not have a car park, but a limited number of cars can be parked around the nearby grass triangle in Church Street.

The Hearing Loop is designed to serve all of the interior of the Church.

Hymn Books ONLY


Our Building

The Church building is Listed Gade I


Music and Worship

The Church is a medium sized medieval Church of England building capable of accomodating 110 people, with the option of additional seating by prior arrangement.

The organ was built by Henry Willis and Sons in 1888 for the University College School in Hampstead and then moved to the nearby Bickersteth Memorial Hall. In 1950 it was renovated and modernised and installed in the Church, the funding for which was generously provided by friends of the Church including members of the Winthop family living in the United States of America.
It is of good quality and its tone bears the hallmark of its originator 'Father' Willis.
For more information see this web site: http://www.lavenderaudio.co.uk/organs/groton/

A service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer is held at 08:00 on the fouth Sunday of May and August.


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Guide books and postcards are available from the tables at the west end of the Church.

The Church is open every day from dawn until dusk.


Other Features

We use Fairly Traded communion wine in our services and tea and coffee for our refreshments.