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Vacancy for part-time Children and Families/Pastoral Worker

The Methodist Church - Ipswich Circuit is seeking a part-time (20 hours a week) Children and Families/Pastoral Worker for Alan Road and Woodbridge Methodist Churches to provide pastoral support and work with the families and children involved with the Church or who use the premises. Salary £ 8.75 per hour plus additional points dependant on responsibilities, qualifications and experience. Initially...

Quaker Response to Special Rapporteur

As the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights ends his fact finding mission to the UK,  Quakers in Bury St Edmunds would like to draw attention to some of his findings. Professor Philip Alston began his fact-finding mission on 6 November and spent 12 days travelling to Belfast, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Essex, Glasgow, Jaywick, London and Newcastle. He...

African Adventure Volunteer Opportunities

The African Adventure village has been attacked! Rebels have taken everything and the villagers can no longer return. African Adventure needs a courageous team to make this village habitable again, bringing food and water back to the village, finding medicine and deactivating a minefield… African Adventure is an outdoor residential programme for schools and other groups that promises to stay...

‘Good news’ is coming to Bury

Good News is a contemporary outreach newspaper used by churches and missions to take the good news about Jesus Christ into communities across the UK. Every month, Good News reaches thousands of readers with true stories of how God is changing the lives of those who put their trust in his Son, Jesus. Using jargon-free language, it also explains how everyone can...

Short term accommodation required

Has anyone got a spare room for a reliable lodger? Mark and Rachael Crawley of Hope Church, Ipswich write; "A friend of ours a single man, is looking to rent a room for a few months from mid December in Ipswich. He will be reliable and we are able to supply references, etc. Please let us know, if you think you...

New statue of St Peter unveiled at Aldeburgh church

A new, hopefully long-lasting, statue of St Peter has been carved and installed, at the front of the Church of Our Lady and St Peter in Aldeburgh. Fr Tony Rogers said: “The church faces the North Sea and its rigours and the existing statue of St Peter sat atop the porch until the elements reduced it to a figure which...

Come and visit Community Cafe, Felixstowe!

Open Wednesdays to Saturdays 9am - 3pm and Sundays 9am -10.15am Serving hot drinks, snacks and light lunches. Community Cafe Felixstowe looks forward to welcoming you!

Saltmine Theatre Company’s ‘John Newton – Amazing Grace’ – now booking for summer 2019

Press-ganged into the navy at nineteen, flogged for desertion miles away from the girl he loves, John Newton feels he has nothing to live for. Making his way into the harsh world of the eighteenth century transatlantic slave trade, he climbs up through the ranks to slave ship captain. He is a man without hope, making enemies of all...

Lead Honestly Event

Saturday, 2 February 2019, 8.30am - 10.45am. Main Auditorium, University of Suffolk IP4 1QJ Drawing on Christian wisdom, hear from senior leaders in all sectors of society as they share wisdom on how to lead healthily and honestly.  What makes a healthy society? How can leaders stay passionate and maintain their own wellbeing while working to the limits? How do we address...

New stained glass brings colour to Felixstowe church

A pair of new stained glass windows by renowned craftsman Thomas Denny have been installed at St Felix Church in Felixstowe, following a bequest from a congregation member. Keith Morris reports. When parishioner Marlene Strachan died last year she left a generous £10,000 bequest to pay for a stained glass window in the church, on the theme of The Divine Mercy. Looking...

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

St Peter’s Church, Brandon – Men’s Breakfast

Open Day of Healing

Welcome Home Tour

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Brandon Crafters

Christmas Tree Festival Grand Switch On

Talitha Koum Hope Centre Christmas Fete

Christingle Service

Lighthouse

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Evening Prayer at St Peter’s Church, Brandon

Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Human Rights Celebration – hosted by Ipswich Quakers

Carols by Candlelight

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Men’s Bowling Night

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Christmas Carol Celebration at River of Life Church

MESSIAH- George Frideric Handel – Candlelit Performance

Carols by Candlelight

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Brandon Crafters

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Christmas Carol Service at Ashcroft Christian Fellowship

Crib Service at St Peter’s Church, Brandon

Christmas Day at River of Life Church

Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Brandon Crafters

St Peter’s Church, Brandon – Men’s Breakfast

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