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Easter heralds new beginnings and new life

Easter is once more with us and is widely associated with Easter Egg hunts, fluffy chicks, gardens beginning to flourish with abundant colour and,...

A warm welcome!

Graeme Duncan recently visited a relatively new Church in Ipswich, and reports on the warm welcome received. At quite a few Suffolk churches that I...

CYM announce weekend for children in May

CYM's upcoming annual weekend event for children in School Years 4-6 offers the opportunity to find the greatest treasure! For years, CYM's residential events have...

Jeff Lucas at Bury St Edmunds in March

An unforgettable evening of story telling, theatre, music and mirth with renowned speaker and author Jeff Lucas and the Searchlight Theatre Company at Southgate Church...

St Mary’s Woodbridge invite singers to join their Choral Open Day

St Mary’s Choir is inviting singers of all ages and abilities to join them for another Choral Open Day in St Mary’s Church on...

Rushmere Christian Fellowship to celebrate 50th anniversary

Rushmere Christian Fellowship is to celebrate their 50 year anniversary on Sunday 8th July. They are inviting all past and present members and friends to...

New Ipswich headteacher wants school to be the best

The new headteacher of St Alban’s Catholic High School has set out a vision of it becoming the best school in Ipswich. Matt Baker, 38,...

Southwold Passion play is a first

An outdoor Passion play is set to be performed in Southwold during Holy Week thanks to Southwold & Reydon Christians Together and the Sole...

Oasis in the community

In the first of a series of blogs, Linda Pepper tells of the vision for the Oasis Language School in Ipswich - how it...
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Training dates for family support volunteers

Could you spare 1 hour a week to make a difference to the long-term outcomes for children and families in our communities? Encourage, befriend and...