A welcoming church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England, at the heart of the village. It is part of the Coxford Benefice in the Diocese of Norwich. It is light and peaceful. The building is medieval and 19th century. It was restored by John Clarke of Norwich & Newmarket in 1871. We are lucky to offer a toilet which is disabled friendly and kitchen facilities.
There is a ring of six bells. The tenor and 5th were cast by William Purdue in 1630; the 4th by Thomas Bilbie in 1732; 1,2 & 3 were cast by William Dobson in 1820.
We areurrently in a vacancy under the Rural Dean, Fr. Clive Wylie.