Places of Worship
There are two churches situated in the area covered by he Village Voices magazine - All Saints' Church, Hollesley
and St Andrews Church, Boyton. The church services held there are summarised below, but details of the current
schedule and other information can be found here.
1. All Saints' Church, Hollesley.
Services are held here nearly every Sunday at 9.30am. All services are eucharists except on the 3rd Sunday.
Evensong is held at Glebe House, Rectory Road, Hollesley at 3pm on the first Thursday each month.
Holy Communion in All Saints Church at 10.30am on the third Thursday each month.
2. St Andrews Church, Boyton.
3. Boyton Mission (see photo right). Right in the middle of Boyton, behind the phone box, next-to Cotton Acre is
a small building built in 1929 and founded as a Church mission by Percy James Tyler to 'reach out to those
round about, to be a living witness for Jesus and to proclaim the Gospel effectively in the village of Boyton and
Since those early days the Mission has gone from strength to strength with services every Sunday at 3pm.
Each week there is a guest speaker bringing individuality to the service and Sankey's hymns are sung from
the Redemption hymn book. During the year special services are held including 'Songs of Praise' and the
Harvest supper is usually in October, around the 19th which is also the anniversary.
3. Woodbridge Methodist Church.
4. Nearest RC Church ?
5. Baptist Church ?
The nearest Muslim mosque is the Shah Jalal Mosque in St Helens Road, Ipswich.
The nearest synagogue is located in Cambridge.