Old Newton, St Mary
Set on the edge of the village, you have to make a small climb to reach us; but it's well worth it; there is always a welcome to all here.
There is limited off-road parking, but usually plenty of room along the verge as well.
Gipping, The Chapel of St Nicholas
Our church is open daily for visitors. We hold an Evensong service once a month on the 1st Sunday at 3pm (2pm in winter months).
Refreshments are often served after the service.
A Coffee Morning, Mini Fete and Carols by Candlelight are highlights of the year.
You will always receive a warm welcome at any of our services or events or just come and look round. The Church is always open during daylight hours
St Andrew's, Wickham Skeith
We are set just outside the village, down a small track that can be difficult to spot. Follow the village sign to find us.
We have a service every Sunday at 9.30am.
1st Sunday - All Age Communion
2nd Sunday - Cafe Church
3rd Sunday - Holy Communion
4th Sunday - Family Service
5th Sunday - Benefice service (venue, see Facebook)
All are welcome! All our service times can be found on our Facebook page @bactonbenefice.
Our church is equipped with a toilet and small kitchen, so we can serve refreshments after the service. We also have a contactless device for card payments.
Cotton, St Andrew
The church is usually opened for visitors daily.
Bacton, St Mary the Virgin
Welcome to St Mary the Virgin, Bacton, Suffolk. The building of St Mary's dates from the 14th and 15th century and provides a place of Christian worship and fellowship. We gather here as a warm and welcoming community and would love you to join us on our journey of friendship for those in need of comfort, love, help and support.
Our service information is now posted under services and events but for quick information all services are at 9.30 am
1st Sunday - Family service
2nd Sunday - Holy Communion
3rd Sunday - Cafe Church
4th Sunday - All age Communion
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