A Suffolk church has taken its drop-in café out into the community to help people reconnect in the wake of coronavirus.
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Senior members of the Suffolk clergy are inviting every household in Suffolk to join a 24-hour vigil on the one-month anniversary of the death of George Floyd.
Bishop Martin's welcomes news of the reopening of churches
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A lunch club in Suffolk has gone mobile to deliver meals to the most vulnerable members of the community.
Churches open for clergy and Lay Ministers only
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.
It is with great sadness that I write to say that Bishop John Dennis died peacefully on Monday night, suffering from Covid 19.
Easter's message is of unquenchable light in the midst of darkness, joy casting out despair, goodness rising up in the face of evil, and love truly being stronger than death.
The Diocese of Ipswich and St Edmundsbury is taking it one step further by going green for the Lent Challenge 2020