All Saints Church

Welcome to our website

Welcome to All Saints Church, Acton, Suffolk.

Please note that  the Covid-19 restrictions  will apply at all our services .

Our sevices for FEBRUARY are:-

7th    Family Communion at Gt Waldingfield  10.30 am

14th   Family Communion at Acton 10.30 am

21st   Family Communion at Gt Waldingfield 10.30am

28th   Family Communion at Acton 10.30 am

We will not be holding a service on ASH WEDNESDAY in church but will have a service which can be emailed to you.  Please let Revd. Caroline have your email address and she will send this out to you. [email protected]

We are unable to hold our usual LENT COURSE  due to retrictions but Revd. Faith has written a weekly course for home study.  If you would like this please let Revd. Caroline know.  email as above.

We are allowed to hold Funerals with a maximum of 30 people attending.

Please see Church Near You website for details of how to contact the Rector or Churchwarden.

We hope that having visited our website, you will be able to come and visit the Church. 

Visits will be restricted during the current precautions due to the Covis-19 recommendations from the Church of England

Home of the Best preserved medieval military memorial Brass in the world of Sir Robert de Bures, died 1331 and the Jennens Monument with connections to Charles Dickens "Bleak House".

Other brasses: Dame Alice de Bryene, Sir Henry de Bures and the Daniels family.

For Diocesan Safeguarding Policy please go to:

For Parish Safeguarding Officer please see "Contact Us" page or go to Church Near You website


Post Code: CO10 0BA

Church Opening:

Unfortunately we are not able to keep the church open. If you would like to visit please phone 01787 377374 or 07732 700104 to arrange a convenient time so that we can show you all that our historic building has to offer.

For Sale: - Lent Lunches Soup Recipe Book - 24 wholesome recipes of the soups which were served at our Lent Lunches - All proceeds to the Church Fabric Find - £4.00 including postage (UK) - please ask for costs to other areas of the world.

Also available History of Acton and Sir Robert de Bures book - please contact us for details.