Online Holy Communion for the 9th Sunday after Trinity (14th August 2022)

14 Aug 2022, 9 a.m. for 6d 14hr
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We continue our journey through the season of "Ordinary Time", but there is nothing ordinary about this period of the Churches year. It is called this simply because the weeks of Ordinary Time are numbered. The Latin word 'ordinalis', refers to numbers in series, from which we get the English word 'order'.

The numbered weeks represent the ordered life of the Church - a period in which we live our lives neither in feasting (as in the Christmas and Easter seasons), nor in reflection or penance (as in the seasons of Advent and Lent), instead the Church focuses on growth and renewal, and looks forward in expectation of of the second coming of Christ.

Our services in our churches continue as normal, however, we recognise that through ill health, frailty, or infirmity, not everyone is able to join us every week. Therefore, if you are unable to attend in person, you are warmly invited to join in with our Rector, The Revd Mark Woodrow, from your own home, as he celebrates Holy Communion from the Vicarage.

The readings for today are Jeremiah 23:23-29, Hebrews 11:29-12:2, and Luke 12:49-56.

The hymns for today are, Be still, for the presence of the Lord, and, O thou who camest from above.

A service booklet to accompany this service is also available to download below.

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Live streamed service Eucharist/Holy Communion Recorded service Organ Hymns Prayers All age/Family Choir Singing Common Worship Family Friendly Event held in a Vicarage

Vicarage Tea Party & Sale

27 Aug 2022, 1 p.m. for 3hr
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The Vicarage
14 High Street
CO10 8NY

Come and enjoy a Tea Party in the Vicarage, browse some of the stalls and meet neighbours old and new - Everyone Welcome

Refreshments Refreshments served Fundraising Event held in a Vicarage

Ride and Stride 2022 - Help Raise money for your Parish Church!

10 Sep 2022, 9 a.m. for 8hr
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Most Churches and Chapel Across Suffolk and surrounding counties
United Kingdom

Yes!!! The 2022 Ride and Stride will take place on Saturday, 10th September 2022.

You can download below the 2022 sponsorship paperwork and a full list of churches and chapels that are expected to be open.

If you don't feel like cycling but have a vintage or classic cars, why not take part in the Pedal and Drive event instead: More Information can be found at

JUSTGIVING: Click here ( to enter the Suffolk Churches Ride and Stride 2022 page on the JustGiving website, where you can log into your account and donate. If you’re unfamiliar with JustGiving, it is easy to set up your own online JustGiving page by selecting ‘Sign up’ on the top right of the page and entering the details requested. Please ensure that the place of worship you wish to benefit is clearly specified.

Our churches and chapels need our help more than ever this year, so please support this vital annual event. Half your sponsorship money will go to the Trust to be given in grants for church repairs, and half will go to the church of your choosing.

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Family Friendly Fundraising Community event Event held outside Event held in a Cathedral Event held in a Chapel Event held in a Church Event held in another Denominations Church

Benefice 5th Sunday Communion

Every Fifth Sunday at 11 a.m. for 1hr
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The Street,

We join together with the other churches within the benefice to Celebrate Communion in Poslingford Church.

All are welcome.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Hymns Prayers Singing Common Worship Event held in a Church