Senior members of the Suffolk clergy are inviting every household in Suffolk to join a 24-hour vigil on the one-month anniversary of the death of George Floyd.
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A church community has come together to combat isolation throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
Saying goodbye to a loved one has become difficult with restrictions imposed on funerals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bishop Martin's welcomes news of the reopening of churches
Preparations are underway and measures are being put in place at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds, so it can re-open its doors and welcome people back into the building safely for individual private prayer and reflection.
Churches across Suffolk are finding creative new ways to reach communities and support vulnerable people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Joint Statement from Christian leaders in Ipswich in response to the killing of George Floyd
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.