Newton, All Saints, Newton Green, Sudbury

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The Church of All Saints, Newton is part of a group of friendly and welcoming rural village churches, known as the Box River Benefice, which also includes: St Mary, Boxford; St Mary the Virgin, Edwardstone; St Bartholomew, Groton; and St Lawrence, Little Waldingfield.

Across the group of five churches we try to provide a mix of services, including:

  • A monthly informal family Café Church service at Boxford on the first Sunday of the month. Children are especially welcome to this service.
  • Mid-week informal short communion services on Wednesdays, which are followed by coffee and time for a chat. These are held in Mary's House, which is a delightful church-owned cottage in the centre of Boxford village, a couple of doors away from the Post Office. It is also open to anyone on the other weekday mornings for tea or coffee for a small donation. More information is available in the link in the Pages and Links sidebar to the right.
  • Mid-morning Sunday services, one or two each week, one in Boxford on the first to the third Sundays and on the fouth Sunday of alternate months, one in Newton on the fourth Sunday, and one on the first, second and third Sundays in one of the other three churches. These services are in modern language and are usually followed by refreshments.
  • Choral Evensong once a month, and Matins on alternate months, in traditional language, are held at St Mary's Church.
  • An 08:00 Book of Common Prayer communion service, which is also held monthly at St Mary’s Church throughout the year and monthly at one of the other four churches in the Benefice on a rotating basis during the months April to September.

Boxford has a robed choir and an active team of bellringers, both of which welcome new people, whether adults or young people, and training can be given in bellringing. The choir sings at all main services, except the informal family service. Mid-morning services normally last about an hour, family services a little less, and early morning services last about 40 minutes.

If you are new to the Village and come to one of our services, please do make yourself known to a sidesperson so that you can be properly welcomed.

Details of all the current month's church services, together with information about other church and village events, are available online in the pages of the local Village Newspaper, the Box River News. Please see the link in the Pages and Links sidebar to the right. A copy of the current month's Service Rota for the Benefice can also be found in the Pages and Links sidebar to the right.

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The Revd. Judith Sweetman
The Rectory
School Hill
Boxford
Sudbury
Suffolk
CO10 5JT
(01787) 210091 (Priest in Charge)

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Remembrance Holy Communion Service
This is a service of Holy Communion incorporating a reflection on the sacrifice of those who lay down their own lives so that others may live and prosper in peace. After this service we move to the War Memorial on the Village Green, about half a mile away, for the traditional short service of Remembrance including the reading of the Roll of Honour.
Sunday 12th November 2017 at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
Refreshments Common Worship
 
Remembrance Service at the War Memorial
This service is held on the Village Green on the edge of the Golf Course about half a mile to the south of the Church. We hold the traditional solemn two minute silence at 11:00 a.m. after the reading of the Roll of Honour. As well as those whose names appear on the Roll of Honour we will have in our minds all those who have laid down their lives in all wars and conflicts in the service of this country.
Sunday 12th November 2017 at 11:00 AM for 20 minutes
 
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Sunday

Holy Communion
A service using the modern language of Common Worship and there is a sermon. The service is followed by refreshments in the Church.
Every fourth Sunday at 11:00 AM for 1 hour
Refreshments

Thursday

Village Prayers
This is a friendly informal service of prayer with Revd. Judith. We meet for fellowship and to pray for those who are ill, for concerns in the Village, and the wider world. Please let Revd. Judith know the names of those you would like prayed for, or of any situations of concern to you. Confidential messages can be left on 01787 210091 or emailed to Revd. Judith using the Contact Us link on this site.
Every Thursday at 9:00 AM for 40 minutes
Resumes Thursday 26th October 2017
Common Worship
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Remembrance Holy Communion Service
This is a service of Holy Communion incorporating a reflection on the sacrifice of those who lay down their own lives so that others may live and prosper in peace. After this service we move to the War Memorial on the Village Green, about half a mile away, for the traditional short service of Remembrance including the reading of the Roll of Honour.
Sunday 12th November 2017 at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
Refreshments Common Worship
Remembrance Service at the War Memorial
This service is held on the Village Green on the edge of the Golf Course about half a mile to the south of the Church. We hold the traditional solemn two minute silence at 11:00 a.m. after the reading of the Roll of Honour. As well as those whose names appear on the Roll of Honour we will have in our minds all those who have laid down their lives in all wars and conflicts in the service of this country.
Sunday 12th November 2017 at 11:00 AM for 20 minutes

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Stained Glass Wall Paintings
     
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Church Open The nave of the church is maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust. Services take place in the chancel. Both parts of the church are open every day all year through, and you will always be welcome, just to visit or for prayer and quiet reflection in this sacred space.
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Priest in charge: The Revd Judith SWEETMAN
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 1969
Built: C13th on
Architect: The Whitworth Co-Partnership LLP
Style of worship: Central
Our Patron: Diocesan Board of Patronage Hon TR Lindsay The Lord Chancellor Peterhouse College Cambridge
Archdeaconry: SUDBURY (332)
Deanery: SUDBURY (33205)
Parish Legal Name: Newton Green (330298 )
CofE Church Info: (633298 33/298)
Short URL: acny.uk/1969/
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The current editor is: Judith Sweetman

This page was last updated on Friday 6th October 2017
 
 
 
Newton, All Saints : Church Road, Newton Green, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 0PQ - (the church lies about half a mile to the east of the village at the end of Church Road)

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