St Peter's Church is one of 11 which forms part of the Blyth Valley Team Ministry.
Click here to find out more about the Team and details of church services.
It is situated at the north end of the village and is one of 42 in Suffolk with a round tower, one of the tallest in Suffolk. It also has a double roof, reputed to have been used by smugglers who brought their booty up the River Blyth. The Norman tower dates from the early 1100s but parts of the church may be older.
Click here to find out more about the history of the Church.
Inside the church there is a plaque showing those from the village who served in the World Wars, alongside another in memory of the American servicemen killed whilst serving at Holton Airfield. In the churchyard too, there is a war memorial showing the names of the servicemen from Holton killed in both World Wars.
The church council treats the churchyard maintenance as a village project. Supervised work parties are organised using a management plan drawn up the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
Work parties are held regularly on Saturday mornings. Why not join us if you can, you will be most welcome.
Contact Jim Watts on 01986 835752 to find out more.