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Food for Thought

F4T is a initiative organised by the Ipswich Waterfront Churches. Its aim is to bring the community together by offering a tasty two course meal...

Ipswich priest celebrates 60 years of ministry

Ipswich priest Canon Michael Hazell has celebrated 60 years of service to the Catholic Church. St Mary’s Parish Ipswich hosted Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Canon...

Love must be completely sincere…

Our blogs from local Christians continue on the theme of 'what is true love'? Simon Cockshutt considers the authenticity of love, and how we...

Inspiring Ipswich

Inspiring Ipswich aims to help to fulfill our vision of ‘flourishing congregations making a difference’ as we continue to Grow in God. Ipswich is...

Welcome the Very Revd Joe Hawes as the new Dean of St Edmundsbury

Last Saturday hundreds of well-wishers watched as Joe Hawes was installed as the Dean of St Edmundsbury in a service led by Bishop Martin. Dean...

My bible, a town link radio and a bowl of sweets…

Key to the success of Ipswich Town Pastors are the people that pray through the night every weekend. Emma Haggar considers what she has...

New Debt Centre to open in Suffolk

A new Debt Centre will open in Suffolk from August. Working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP), the centre in Saxmundham is seeking members of...

Story and humour help to ask the question, “What is Holy?”

The inclusion of Ipswich on a UK and US tour by international speaker Rob Bell may have surprised some. Emma Haggar reports on his...

What is true love?

In May the world’s media descended on the capital of England to watch the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Shane Hughes considers how...

There is always hope

Over four years ago Rushmere Christian Fellowship decided to focus their finances on resourcing a CAP (Christians Against Poverty) centre in Ipswich. As the Church...