A day of prayer for healing

First published on: 15th October 2020

On Sunday 18 October, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, along with all English cathedrals, will mark a special day of prayer.

Churches across Suffolk enjoy celebrating Harvest 2020

First published on: 6th October 2020

Churches across Suffolk have found creative ways to keep communities and congregations engaged and supported during Harvest Festival.

Bishop Martin's call to prayer and generosity

First published on: 5th October 2020

Bishop Martin and Bishop Mike have written to every benefice calling for a time of prayer and generosity until All Saints Day on 1st November.

Harvest festival with a spin coming to Ipswich

First published on: 17th September 2020

A harvest festival with a difference is set to help bring communities together in Suffolk.

Churches from across the Diocese have been keeping spirits high

First published on: 11th September 2020

Creative ways to keep congregations engaged and supported have been aplenty thanks to benefices around the Diocese supporting them. Here are three uplifting stories on what some of them have been getting up to

Church café goes on the road

First published on: 10th September 2020

A Suffolk church has taken its drop-in café out into the community to help people reconnect in the wake of coronavirus.

First ever drive-in Church service in Suffolk

First published on: 25th August 2020

St Peter and St Paul Church in Lavenham and St Mary's Preston hosted a unique drive-in service at Lavenham Cricket Ground on Sunday.

St Augustine's Church went virtual with their Messy Church

First published on: 24th August 2020

Ipswich Church celebrates the success of virtual community sessions

Community takes action to combat loneliness

First published on: 24th June 2020

A church community has come together to combat isolation throughout the coronavirus lockdown.

How funerals have changed in lockdown

First published on: 24th June 2020

Saying goodbye to a loved one has become difficult with restrictions imposed on funerals during the coronavirus pandemic.

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