St Marys Church, Great Bealings
St Mary’s Church, Great Bealings is a beautiful place, with many treasures, lovingly accumulated over the years. The Seckford Memorial and the tudor-brick Seckford porch are reminders of the strong link with the Seckford family in the 16th century.
There are medieval pews, with carved wooden pew ends, and later pew end carvings created by Ipswich wood carver Henry Ringham in the 19th century as part of the major refurbishment instigated by Canon Edward Moor’s family.
The stained-glass windows, carved main doors and Jacobean pulpit - with testa - are similarly to be admired.
For more on the history of this beautiful church, please go to the Suffolk Churches website. A detailed and fully illustrated guidebook is also available to buy.
Who to contact
- Parish Office
Where to go
- Area served
- Parking available
Days & Times
- Session Information
1st Sunday of the month - Family Communion at 9.30am
3rd Sunday of the month - Morning Prayer at 10.30am
- Age Groups
- Pre-school, 16-25 years, Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
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