Our village is blessed with three active places of worship:
St. Margaret's Church
(Church of England)
Set back from The Street this is a wonderful rural Suffolk church with many interesting features to whet the historian's appetite
It offers regular services on Sundays and a weekly morning prayer service on Wednesdays
The Church is used for school services and other activities, as well as village events such as concerts, plays and meetings (especially when the Village Hall is already booked)
Information about services and other events can be found in the Church porch, on the noticeboard at the end of Church Lane and in the local newsletters, Grapevine and Roundabout.
Whatfield Salvation Army
The Salvation Army Hall is situated along The Street
A thriving community organises well-supported weekly Sunday services, regular coffee mornings and get-togethers (CAMEO) as well as outings
Information about all that goes on in the Hall can be found in the Grapevine and Roundabout newsletters and on the Hall's noticeboard.
United Reformed Church
Whatfield Chapel can be found along The Street just by the Village Green
Services takes place every other month and details may be found on the Chapel noticeboard as well as in the local Grapevine and Roundabout magazines
The Chapel may also used for occasional meetings