Church of England Diocese of St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich St. Matthew Leavenheath

Leavenheath, St Matthew

Dedicated to St Matthew, this warm friendly well cared for small Victorian church lying in a tree lined hollow, signed off the A134 at the northern end of the village.

It contains an unusual set of white grave crosses dating from the First World War and associated photographs.

Originally a Victorian Chapel of Ease for St Mary’s, Stoke by Nayland, St. Matthew’s, Leavenheath is now a Parish in its own right.

Parking esp. for disabled down church drive, otherwise on grass verge alongside main road.

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Simple Holy Communion

Every Sunday at 9 a.m. for 45m

Nayland, St James
High Street
Nayland
Colchester
CO6 4JE
United Kingdom

As we slowly begin to reopen our churches for regular public worship, one of the first services will be a simple said Holy Communion Service.

For the time being there will be no singing, peace or even coffee afterwards and Communion will be in "one kind only". You will also note that there will be strict hygiene measures in place which will include hand sanitizing, a record of attendance for "Track and Trace" purposes, 2m safe distancing rules, as well as a limit on the numbers who can attend.

In accordance with Government advice, those who are currently shielding, or isolating, including those over 70 should consider carefully if it is safe and appropriate for them to attend at this time (our Online service will continue at 10am for those at home).

If you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19 YOU MUST NOT ATTEND.

It would be helpful if you would call (01206 262150) or email ([email protected]) Revd Mark if you were intending to come (and advising how many from your household will join you) so that at least initially we can ensure that there will be sufficient space to accommodate you safely.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Event held in a Church

Bishop Martin has today announced that Revd Mark will be leaving this Benefice to take up a new post in the Diocese.

18 Oct 2020, 6 p.m.
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