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St Peter's Pantry providing essential items to the community
First published on: 10th May 2020
St Peter's Pantry providing essential items to the community
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Home, But Not Alone
First published on: 1st April 2020
The Diocese is a partner organisation to Home, But Not Alone.
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Message from Bishop Martin
First published on: 5th May 2020
Churches open for clergy and Lay Ministers only
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Archbishop of Canterbury launches free dial-in worship phoneline during coronavi
First published on: 30th April 2020
Launched of a free national phoneline as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while church buildings are closed because of the coronavirus.
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Bishop John Dennis
First published on: 22nd April 2020
It is with great sadness that I write to say that Bishop John Dennis died peacefully on Monday night, suffering from Covid 19.
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The millennium of the Abbey of St Edmund is here!
First published on: 30th January 2020
Major anniversary for Christianity in East Anglia - 2020 is 1,000 years since King Canute founded the Benedictine Abbey in Bury St Edmunds.
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New Archdeacon of Suffolk collated
First published on: 20th January 2020
The Ven Jeanette Gosney has been chosen for a key leadership role within the Church of England in Suffolk,
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School children to make TV debut on board Noah’s Ark
First published on: 14th January 2020
Around 30 excited schoolchildren climbed the gangplank onto a half-sized replica of the wooden boat moored in Ipswich to be filmed for BBC Songs of Praise last week.
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Launch of a brand-new social media campaign – #CapturingMyFaith
First published on: 9th January 2020
We have launched a brand-new social media campaign – #CapturingMyFaith – with the aim of filling our empty Instagram platform with images that will resonate with a new audience.
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Scheme helps places of worship build ‘sustainable future
First published on: 15th January 2020
Taylor Review has helped provide advice, guidance and financial support as institutions prepare for the future.
Open Scheme helps places of worship build ‘sustainable future

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