Communities in Suffolk and Tanzania are sharing knowledge to help improve lives

First published on: 4th July 2024

The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich has forged a link with the Diocese of Kagera in Tanzania for 30 years since 1994, and after a visit from a group from Suffolk to Kagera earlier this year, the visit has now been reciprocated with Suffolk hosting the delegation. 

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New intake of clergy to benefit Suffolk towns and villages

First published on: 1st July 2024

Men and women from all walks of life are devoting their lives to serving communities throughout Suffolk after they were ordained priests and deacons.

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Church community wins Gold eco-church award

First published on: 13th June 2024

St Gile’s Church in Risby, is now one of just 49 churches across England and Wales to ever receive the accolade.

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Suffolk churches to take part in match funding scheme

First published on: 12th June 2024

'Give To Go Green' is a national church campaign to help you double your locally-raised donations.


Suffolk vicar leads ‘poignant’ D-Day anniversary services

First published on: 4th June 2024

The Revd Mandy Reynolds has led services in France every June since 2011.

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Bishop of Dunwich to be next Bishop of Exeter

First published on: 4th June 2024

One of Suffolk’s most senior clergy has been appointed by His Majesty the King to become the next Bishop of Exeter

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Bishop Martin President of the Suffolk Show greets the Duke of Gloucester

First published on: 30th May 2024

Highlights of the Suffolk Show

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Farmers thanked for their dedication by Bishop Martin

First published on: 30th May 2024

Long service awards and meeting royalty are the highlights on the second day of the Suffolk Show


Bishop Martin is this year’s President of the Suffolk Show

First published on: 29th May 2024

Inspiring young people to take up farming and ensure the rich heritage continues for many more decades.


Church’s Friends Committee raises £500,000 in 24 years

First published on: 22nd May 2024

Saving their Church building from ruin.

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