Welcome to the website for All Saints Church, Hemblington. We do not know who built our church or when. What we worship in each week is a beautiful and simple building. The clear glass windows allow the light to flood the building. We gaze out at the rolling fields that surround the churchyard. This delightful building is very much part of the environment as the environment is part of the church.

This is a church that takes the visitor far away from the rush of a busy world. The round tower reminds us of the long history of Christian worship on this site. Within it one of the country's largest wall paintings of St Christopher greets the visitor. The uncluttered interior, medieval bench ends and magnificent font all tell stories of faith and worship throughout the centuries.

Heathlands Fair

This year Heathlands Fair is on Sunday 16th July. We will again be taking a table and look forward to seeing you there. This event is always great fun.

Make & Mardle

The next Make and Mardle will be on Tuesday 18th July from 10 am to 12 noon at Hemblington Church. As usual there will be coffee, cake, chat and craft (optional); all are welcome. Call 270360 for more information.

Hemblington Church Quiet Day

A Quiet Day is being held at Hemblington Church on Saturday 1st July from 10.30 am until 3.30 pm. This day will be led by Rev Alison Atkinson. It will consist of scriptural reflections and times to reflect on them in stillness. There will be a lunch break when your own packed lunch can be eaten but tea, coffee and juice will be provided.

Visit by the Bure Valley Conservation Group

On Wednesday 26th April members of the Bure Valley Conservation Group visited Hemblington Church for a talk about the history and architecture of the church. After refreshments the group braved the cold winds to undertake the first wild plant survey of the year, noting some 46 plants and seeing or hearing 13 different species of birds. This event was organised by the Friends of All Saints Hemblington. Thanks to David Bryant for this photo of the event. Click on the photo to see a larger version.

Bure Valley Group

You can see a full report of this event *here*.