[27 Jan 2016 | Comments Off on Welcome | ]
Welcome

Welcome to the website of Churches Together in Sudbury and District, in Suffolk, UK.

We are an active group of more than 25 churches, meeting regularly for prayer, worship and discussion. We run or support many local community initiatives including Kettle & Fish in St Peter’s in the town centre, where you will find refreshments, spiritual support and information about our activities, most Thursdays from 9.45am to 2pm.

Please explore our website. To make contact, see the Communicate section.

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[13 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on Prayer Breakfasts | ]

This Saturday, 16 November we are at Sudbury Baptist Church, 8 to 9.30am as usual for a light breakfast and a time of prayer.

On Saturday 23 November we are hosted by St Andrew’s at Wells Hall Old School, Great Cornard.

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[13 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on Quiz Night at All Saints’ Church, Sudbury | ]

All Saints Church are holding a quiz night at their church hall in Church Street, Sudbury, on Saturday November 23.

The evening starts at 6.15pm for 6.30pm and tickets are £8 per person, including a ploughman’s supper with teams of up to 6 people welcome. Soft drinks are provided and people may also bring their own wine.

Tickets must be bought in advance and by November 16th from Jane Penson on (01787) 373566 and the event is in aid of the All ..read more

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[13 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on The Mead Singers | ]

Conducted by Michael Phillips

SOUNDS OF CHRISTMAS

Music and readings for choir and congregation

Music and meditations: David Honeyball

Lavenham Salvation Army Hall

The Common Lavenham

Saturday November 23rd @ 7.00 pm

Everyone welcome. Admission £2.00

See poster .

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[13 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fairtrade Trade | ]

Notes from a recent meeting are here .

The group is keen to extend its membership. If you have an interest in Fairtrade, please contact Nicki Dixon via nicki.dixon@hotmail.co.uk .

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[13 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on News from St Gregory’s Church | ]

Notices are now given 5 minutes before the Sunday 10am service begins. Worship is a gift of intimacy with God, and therefore it is important that time and space are given in preparation of this. If you are able, please aim to arrive early enough to hear the notices and enjoy this time of silent prayer.