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Cinnamon Volunteer Leadership is delighted to announce that it has some spare capacity  to run more Cinnamon Volunteer Leadership training days during June, July and August. Cinnamon Leadership Training is a national programme of training for church-based volunteers involved in social action projects, and for those currently running or wishing to run a project in their community. The training is not...

Whilst we were yet sinners….

As we look to celebrate Pentecost Sunday, regular contributor to Network Suffolk, Shane Hughes, considers how, despite the differences we see of one another, God loves us all just the same. I recently watched The Greatest Showman again and I am still impressed with the story line and songs throughout the film. Even though it had a few dark moments...
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Psalm 139 meditation

Local Ipswich musicians Erol Rezvan and Vicky Platt have teamed up to produce this latest meditative piece based on Psalm 139 Erol explains, "For those of you who are familiar with my project sounds with images you will know that I have been using pieces of poetic scripture from the Bible as inspiration to produce music." "A few months ago my daughter tasked...

What is Mindfulness?

Tony Kimber, a registered Mindfulness teacher at mindfulyou.org.uk, provides a brief introduction to Mindfulness and explains how it relates to Christian spirituality. What we think and how we act affects our physical and mental health. Mindfulness works because it teaches us to step back from the chaos of our modern lives and realise that the past is gone and the...

Christian Aid is recruiting! Could you be the new Regional Coordinator for Suffolk?

Christian Aid is looking for someone to join its South East team on a fixed term contract (9 - 10 months, 2.5 days a week) to inspire churches, supporters and volunteers in Suffolk to give, act and pray. This role will be based in the Christian Aid office in Norwich. For more information and to apply for this role please...

Announcement of the Death of Bishop Martin Simmonds

It is with great sadness that Bethel Church, Ipswich has recently announced the death of their presiding Bishop and pioneer minister, Martin Simmonds, on 19 May at his home in Ipswich. Ipswich Bethel church was begun by Bishop Simmonds back in 1961. It has been at its current Luther Road home since 1975. The funeral and celebration service for the life...

Journey of the Magi – A festive, light-hearted, joyful event with a moving and...

Share the joy and wonder of Christmas with your church and local community through this exhilarating, critically acclaimed performance. The show offers a bridge between contemporary life and Jesus’s birth, comparing our own personal journey to Christmas day with the journey that the wise men took. With sparkle and songs to keep the children engrossed and bags of good humour...

Just Traid, Bury’s only dedicated fair trade shop and café, is ready for summer!

The café tables, chairs and umbrellas are set up in the very private and lovely courtyard, the summer menu is ready, and new stock is on the shelves.  All they now need is YOU! Many people are not even aware that Just Traid exists, nestled in the St John’s Centre on St John’s Street.  It offers an excellent array of...

Knit a square to show you care. Become a Blanketeer and make a difference...

A new group has been set up to serve the West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds, to help comfort end of life patients. The 'Blanketeers' group has been set up to make colourful blankets that will be given to patients to help comfort them through their last days and which can then be given to their loved ones to take...

Father’s Day Resources from Home for Good

This year Father's Day is on 16 June and amid the thanksgiving traditionally associated with the day, there is a mix of feelings in our Church congregations. There will be those who don’t have a good relationship with their father or who had an absent father. There will be people who miss their dad and fathers who aren’t able to...

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Festival of Flowers

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Avenue Drop In

Food for Thought

Retreat Day at Otley Hall

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

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

Who Let the Dads Out?

Prayer Morning

Family event @ Dumbarton Hall, Rushmere

Royal Hospital School – organ recitals

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Avenue Drop In

Inspire Counselling and Training Workshop on Trust and Betrayal

Mid Suffolk Healing Rooms

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Spiritual Mindfulness at the Cathedral

Brandon Crafters

Christchurch Lowestoft 150th Celebration Weekend

Christchurch Lowestoft 150th Celebration Weekend

Strawberry Tea

‘Empowered’ – Ipswich Churches celebrating Pentecost together

Royal Hospital School – organ recitals

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Avenue Drop In

Become a Blanketeer and Make a Difference

Mid Suffolk Healing Rooms

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Spiritual Mindfulness at the Cathedral

Love story

The movie quiz

Beacons Children’s Group

Royal Hospital School – organ recitals

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Avenue Drop In

Mid Suffolk Healing Rooms

Food for Thought

Corpus Christi Celebration Eucharist

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Talitha Koum does Suffolk Day in Style!

Spiritual Mindfulness at the Cathedral

Awake East Anglia

St Peter’s Church, Brandon Church Fete

TRIMLEY WORSHIP, PRAISE & TEACHING EVENING

Sunday Evening at St John the Evangelist, Bury St Edmunds – A World of Worship

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Avenue Drop In – at Brandon Church Institute

Avenue Drop In

BCY Supporters Coffee

Food for Thought

Toddler Group in Felixstowe

Spiritual Mindfulness at the Cathedral

Foundations 19. Living and Loving

Living and Loving in Church and Home

Bury Quakers Silent Vigil for Peace

Abbey gardens Summer Celebration

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