St Andrew’s Church is located close to Saxham Hall. Parts of the church date back to Norman times. The church was restored in the early 1800s.
Services are currently held on the first three Sundays of each month and are mainly traditional. On the fourth Sunday parishioners join the congregation at the adjoining parish of Little Saxham for Holy Communion. Family services are held every other month and are on the second Sunday of the month.
There are special activities for children at Christmas and Easter. Notable features of the church are the east and west windows which contain 17th century stained glass from Switzerland.