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.

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.

Beccles Parish keeps busy by providing for their community

First published on: 25th August 2020

Providing much sought-after picnic lunches and reflections, as well as organising a uniform bank.

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.

Churches get creative to spread cheer in communities

First published on: 11th June 2020

Churches across Suffolk are finding creative new ways to reach communities and support vulnerable people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Music video brings Ipswich churches together

First published on: 4th June 2020

Dozens of people from churches across Ipswich have come together to sing a song about unity and hope.

Church lunch club goes on the road during Covid-19 lockdown

First published on: 1st June 2020

A lunch club in Suffolk has gone mobile to deliver meals to the most vulnerable members of the community.

Looking after mental health during coronavirus lockdown

First published on: 21st May 2020

Churches across Suffolk have been going the extra mile to boost morale and mental health throughout the coronavirus lockdown.

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