All Saints Church
At our Church of England school, our Christian vision is that all children leave All Saints as confident, resilient and reflective individuals, with a lifelong love of learning and a curiosity and respect for the world around them.
Our Christian ethos: In everything, treat others the same way that you want them to treat you (Matthew 7:12).
The beautiful and important church of All Saints Lawshall, is next to the school and an important part of our community.
All Saints is one of six churches that make up the St Edmunds Way Benefice which is in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich. The churches are:
- All Saints, Bradfield Combust
- All Saints, Hawstead
- All Saints, Lawshall
- St Peter, Nowton
- St Nicholas, Stanningfield
- St Thomas a Becket, Great Whelnetham
We’re also fortunate to have links to churches in Alpheton and Shimpling as both are within our catchment area. For more information about these churches which are part of the Chadbrook Benefice, visit the Alpheton and Shimpling churches website.
All Saints’ Church, Lawshall is a Grade I listed building which means it is considered to be of exceptional interest, only 2.5% of all listed buildings are Grade I.
The church was first listed in March 1961. For more information, visit: Historic England, Church of All Saints.
For more details, visit these external websites (please be aware this content is not controlled by the school).