St Michael and All Angels is a beautiful little church, lying amids fields and woodland, surrounded by wild flowers in the churchyard. A church in Boulge was mentioned in the Domesday Book, probably a wood or wattle structure. A more permanent structure was subsequently erected and the oldest most significant item is the font from Tournai marble, dated about 1150. A Tudor brick tower was added and many changes made in the interior after the Reformation and particularly in the Victorian era. There are a number of memorial plaques inside the church, mainly various members of the FitzGerald family.
(in summer months may swap to be Evensong, please check Grapevine)