These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.
SERVICES OF WORSHIP ONLINE
Every day at 8:30 a.m. for 30m
Our Rector, the Reverend Mark Lowther, will be conducting services online. For full details please click on the ONLINE SERVICES OF WORSHIP tab in the left margin.
So, where do you find these services online ? The Rector have set up a channel on YouTubein the name of the Alde Sandlings Benefice and you can go straight to it by clicking on the box below marked 'MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT'.
In addition we do hope that you are aware of the daily services offered online by Bishop Martin. He says Morning Prayer at 8.30am each weekdayand you can be with him at - https://www.facebook.com/BishopsCofEsuffolk/.
The staff of our cathedral also offer services at - www.facebook.com./stedscathedral.
There are two services, including one of Holy Communion, every day. All of these services can be viewed retrospectively too.
Recorded serviceLive streamMorning Worship/PrayerNight PrayerEucharist/Holy Communion
WENDESDAYS - HOLY COMMUNION (BCP) SERVICE Conducted by our Rector, the Reverend Mark Lowther. If you would like to take part inmthis service please click on the button below marked 'MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT'.
VE Day is Friday May 8. Many celebrations planned for that day have been cancelled or postponed and we are not able to open our church .
However we have planned a way in which we can celebrate this anniversary of the ending of war in 1945.
On May 8, there will be erected in the churchyard a biographical display remembering the fallen from our parish who perished in the 39-45 war. This will remain there for the following seven days.
You may read these biographies by clicking on the button 'MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT' below.
As with the Easter Cross on Easter day, everybody is invited to visit the churchyard (as part of daily exercise), to view this display and to remember the sacrifices but also to celebrate the ending of that terrible conflict.
We hope you may be able to enjoy this small celebration as part of a visit to the churchyard, but we will email everybody some photographs of the display for those who are not able to visit in person.