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.

Closure During Lock Down

A decision has now been made to cease all services of communal public worship in the three churches in our benefice with immediate effect.

Our church buildings will remain open for private prayer at published times and to offer online services.

If you wish to receive more information on these online services then please contact us and we will add you to our distribution lists.

Church Opening Times

Hemblington Church is open to visitors on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.30 am until 5 pm.

We request that you follow government guidelines by cleaning you hands with the supplied antiseptic gel, providing your contact details and not entering the cordoned off areas.

We hope you enjoy the history and peace of our lovely church.

Updated Heritage Walks

We have recently updated two of our heritage walks and added a third one, all starting and finishing at our church. These can be downloaded from our links page which can be accessed by clicking the Links button at the top of this page.

Take a look inside Hemblington Church

As a retirement project, Andrew Hawkins is building a website which takes a virtual tour of places of interest in and around the historic city of Norwich, presented as a series of interactive 360-degree panoramas in which you, the viewer, can ‘turn the camera’ to look left and right and up and down. He has just added a section about Hemblington Church which contains beautiful views of our church. The Hemblington Church entry can be found at:

http://norwich360.com/hemblington.html

But have a look round the rest of the website for interesting insights into our local heritage.