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A Suffolk church has taken its drop-in café out into the community to help people reconnect in the wake of coronavirus.
Providing much sought-after picnic lunches and reflections, as well as organising a uniform bank.
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.
Ipswich Church celebrates the success of virtual community sessions
A church community has come together to combat isolation throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
Churches across Suffolk are finding creative new ways to reach communities and support vulnerable people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of people from churches across Ipswich have come together to sing a song about unity and hope.
A lunch club in Suffolk has gone mobile to deliver meals to the most vulnerable members of the community.
Churches across Suffolk have been going the extra mile to boost morale and mental health throughout the coronavirus lockdown.