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Welcome to the Church of England in Suffolk

Serving 660,000 people through St Edmundsbury Cathedral, 445 parishes and 87 Church Schools. Led by Bishop Martin Seeley, the vision is ‘flourishing congregations, making a difference’.
Read about our vision for the church in Suffolk.

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Practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Updated 10 March 2020. The Church of England’s Mission and Public Affairs division has published advice to parishes on practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19). The guidance,...

Latest News from across the Diocese

Practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Updated 10 March 2020. The Church of England’s Mission and Public Affairs division has published advice to parishes on practical steps to reduce the risk of infection from Coronavirus (COVID-19). The guidance,...

Church closures

Church closures

Following the Prime Minister’s broadcast, I attach some clarifying instructions sent from the Archbishops of York and Canterbury, as well as some suggested wording for a poster to place on...

Bishop Mike is becoming a beekeeper this Lent

Bishop Mike is becoming a beekeeper this Lent

Giving up smoking, alcohol or chocolate is the traditional practice for Lent. But this year, the Diocese of Ipswich and St Edmundsbury is taking it one step further by going green for...

Bishop Martin and Bishop Mike chat in their Vlog

Bishop Martin on becoming a praying church.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS ACROSS THE DIOCESE

FORTHCOMING EVENTS ACROSS THE DIOCESE

Our Christian Faith

This Lent, we hope both adults and children might engage in God’s plea for us to “Care for Creation”. It is an opportunity for us to rebuild our relationship with our planet, and in turn with the God who is Lord of everything. 

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