St Mary’s Church, Coney Weston
There was a Church recorded in Coney Weston in the Domesday Book 1086, the present Church is thought to have been built around 1350 and is a listed grade one building.
The Church is set some way outside the village and is set in agricultural land on the Hopton Road and is close to a small tributary of the Little Ouse. The setting although it is removed from everyday village life is very tranquil and much appreciated as a special place for quiet and contemplative prayer and reflection.
The church is open throughout the summer and autumn months for people to visit and to pray.
There are two services in the traditional form per month, along with weddings and funerals and baptisms. Harvest Festival by candlelight, various musical events, quiet days, and a flower festival are also held in the church.
The headstones and memorials and the registers provide an important link with ancestors for those studying their family history.
Mrs J Ladell
Mr Hogg – 01359 221213
St Mary’s Church,
Suffolk, IP31 1HQ