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Light Party Bags

Revd Diane Smith, minister of Trinity Methodist Church, is asking Network Suffolk readers to keep the Felixstowe Light Party Bag Project in their prayers this week. On Tuesday, 27 October, from 12 noon, children will be able to pick up a free bag of goodies outside Trinity Methodist Church, Felixstowe. Government guidelines regarding social distancing will be strictly adhered to for...

Fresh Bible study resources from The God who Speaks

The God who Speaks initiative, which encourages Catholics to study the Bible, continues to be active and to produce new material. Jean M Johnson, Suffolk Champion for The God who Speaks, reports; " Last year, representatives of diocesan schools gathered in St John’s Cathedral to hear of a wonderful new initiative for The Year of the Word – The God...


Children’s and Families’ Worker / Pastor for Lindbergh Road Community Church (CofE) Do you feel called to serve in the Lindbergh Road area of Ipswich? Are you excited by the thought of joining a small Anglican church plant with big ambitions? Have you experience of heading up a ministry with children and their families? If so, then this role was made for you! Please...

Through A Glass Darkly

In what he anticipates will be his final book, respected scientist and theologian Professor Alister McGrath shares the story of a life spent in pursuit of truth: first through the discipline of science, then in tandem with the Christian faith he found as a young man. In Through a Glass Darkly Professor McGrath shares at length and for the first time how...

Home for Good Sunday

40,000 children and young people come into the UK care system every year. Some will need a temporary home and some with need a forever home. How can we respond as individuals and churches to this need?  Can you help by joining together with churches across Suffolk in highlighting the work of local charity Home for Good: Suffolk. Their annual Home for...

Resources for Remembrance Sunday

The Eastern Baptist Association Team has put together some resources that any churches can use for Remembrance Sunday. There are several different resources that you could use for a Remembrance Day service. This has been prepared with a view to being accessible to all ages. In the main video you will find: A welcome and opening prayer A memory game and explanation An introduction...

Love Ipswich Hamper Appeal 2020

For the last few years, Love Ipswich has co-ordinated a Hamper Appeal, creating luxury hampers filled with a Christmas dinner for a family of four, coupled with a £10 supermarket voucher used to buy perishable items. The aim of Love Ipswich is to reach the needs of the town practically and to make people feel valued and loved. Ipswich is...

Wings like Eagles

Here is a beautiful new song of blessing composed by Andy Raynor. If you don't know Andy, he is the Musical Director at Christ Church, Felixstowe and the extremely talented composer of countless worship songs for many different occasions and situations. Check out his fantastic website here . This latest composition of his is based on Isaiah 40 and is just...

Churches unite to host a Light Party

Glow sticks at the ready! This year St John's Church, Woodbridge -  a local Anglican parish church - is again teaming up with Woodbridge Quay Church - a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the Evangelical Alliance - in order to produce a fun online alternative to Halloween. If you would like your family to join in then...

Fr Luke carries blessing into the open air at Brandon

Fr Luke Goymour from St Thomas of Canterbury in Brandon has been arranging adoration and Benediction in the gardens of some of his parishioners. Not someone to be wrong-footed by Covid restrictions, Fr Luke has been taking the Blessed Sacrament to the homes of his parishioners, and blessing them after a short prayer time, either at the front door or...

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