Kenton, All Saints, Kenton

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The Benefice is advertising for a new parish priest, and the details are on the Diocese website at

During the time whilst we are waiting for a new parish priest, please contact the Benefice Administrator (click on "Contact Us").

The weekly newsletter "The Link" and news can be found on the page for Debenham - click on the link for Debenham at the bottom of this page.

For contact details of Debenham Parish Magazine, click on the link "Parish Magazine" on the right-hand side of the screen.

The tower has two bells, 17thC. The art includes Consecration Crosses. The organ was built by Rayson, Ipswich area circa 1880-90. The stained glass is Victorian.

Patronage: Lord Chancellor, Lord Henniker, MMCET (Martyrs’ Memorial and Church of England Trust, now administered by CPAS), Bishop, Lord Tollemache – in turn.

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Tony Hutt, Benefice Administrator
19 Priory Lane,
IP14 6QD
(01728) 860173 or 07906 614328

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Holy Communion (BCP)
A fairly traditional service with Book of Common Prayer, and there may be hymns.
Every second and fourth Sunday at 8:00 AM
Book of Common Prayer
Family Service
Every first Sunday at 11:00 AM
Family Friendly
Morning Service
Every third Sunday at 11:00 AM


Stained Glass Wall Paintings
Church Open Open in daylight hours. There are no steps into the church so disabled access should be easy. Car parking is very limited.
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A Church Near You ID (venue number): 2307
Built: The church existed in the Doomsday Book. Present build is about 1160.
Style of worship: Traditional
Our Patron: Lord Henniker Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
Archdeaconry: SUFFOLK (333)
Deanery: LOES (33305)
Benefice: Debenham & Helmingham (33/078CL)
Parish Legal Name: Kenton (330450 )
CofE Church Info: (633450 33/450)
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The current editor is: Tony Hutt

This page was last updated on Tuesday 29th November 2016
Kenton, All Saints : Church Lane, Kenton, Suffolk, IP14 6JW


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