All Saints Church
The medieval Parish Church of All Saints with its Tudor red-brick tower, stands on higher ground to the south of the village. It is said that a church has existed on this site for 700 years and there is some evidence that it was an Anglo-Saxon burial site in pre-Christian times.
Waldringfield Baptist Chapel
The present village has grown up along and around the roads leading to the river. The hamlet of Waldringfield Heath lies about half a mile away from the center of the village and has fewer than a dozen properties and a Baptist Chapel.