We are part of The United Benefice of Dunton, Wrestlingworth and Eyeworth serving Wrestlingworth, a small rural village with a population of 750+ people, on the border with Cambridgeshire. The village has a church lower school which is federated with Dunton Church of England VC Lower School. The Priest in Charge takes some Assemblies and the Open the Book team provide Zoom presentations of Bible stories to be resumed as "live" sessions now COVID restrictions are lifted.
The electoral roll is 34 and the P.C.C. is active and committed including 6 lay members who are elected to serve 3 years on a rotational basis. We have a representative on the Deanery Synod and additional officers for Finance and Restoration. Social activities include Coffee Mornings; Café Church, Open Garden and other events (see notices). Refreshments and occasional "Bring and Share" lunches are held after the Sunday morning services.
The aims of our Mission Action Plan are to grow deeper in God's love; grow closer together and grow into all that God has in church for our lives and community By 2023 we want the age profile of our church to have changed and for younger children and families to feel at home in our regular church services. To that end we have established "Rainbow Rock" an area of resources and activities and "fun bags" to help children worship alongside adults. Peter dolls are given out to the very youngest as they are welcomed into church for the first time.