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Doorstep carols to spread cheer across Suffolk
First published on: 14th December 2020
Residents in Suffolk are being urged to take part in doorstep caroling to spread Christmas spirit to their communities this year.
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Suffolk Churches are keeping in the Christmas spirit throughout lockdown
First published on: 7th December 2020
Here are three inspiring stories on what some of them have been up to…
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The Ipswich Noël
First published on: 3rd December 2020
The Ipswich Noël is a new music video created by the churches of Ipswich to wish the town a merry Christmas.
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Teenager brings church café’s Sunday services into people’s homes
First published on: 24th November 2020
Developing online church using trial and error has been fun!
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New community facilities for Suffolk church thanks to cash boost
First published on: 23rd November 2020
Four-month long renovation project completes
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Honorary Canons at the Cathedral
First published on: 12th November 2020
Eight senior clergy will be recognised at a special service
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From pebble painting to pebble prayers
First published on: 12th November 2020
How communities are spreading cheer despite Covid-19
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Senior church leaders call for a month of prayer ahead of second
First published on: 5th November 2020
Invitation to pray as a second lockdown in England comes into force.
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Fallen war hero honoured at church
First published on: 2nd November 2020
St Mary's Church in Kersey was dubbed ‘White cliffs of Dover for Suffolk’
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Message from Bishop Martin
First published on: 2nd November 2020
As we go into another national lockdown.
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