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‘Unshakeable Faith’ – guest speaker: Eddie Lyle

Churches Together Joint Service – Sunday 1st November, 6.30pm

St John’s Methodist Church, York Road, Sudbury CO10 1ND

Please note change of venue

Come early for fresh coffee, tea and pastries

We are hugely excited to be able to welcome Eddie Lyle, president of Open Doors UK & Ireland to Sudbury to speak to us on the persecuted church. He comes to us just a couple of weeks before Open Doors celebrates its 60th anniversary at the ICC Birmingham. We hope you and your ..read more

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[30 Sep 2015 | Comments Off on Alpha Course | ]

Please see article, A4 poster and A5 posters. Starts next Monday 5 October 2015.

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[30 Sep 2015 | Comments Off on Why do so many churches have so few 18-29’s? | ]

How can churches begin to (further) connect with this age group?   How can 18-29’s be empowered to influence church and culture?

The SPECTRUM 1829 Project invites you to a strategic Forum for church leaders, 18-29s and leadership teams, to discuss how churches can reconnect with this age group.

On: Saturday October 31st, 2015.  8.00am – 12noon (continental breakfast included).

At: West Road Church, 68 Queen’s Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3EW.

Cost: £10 (f/t and gap-year students £5, group discounts apply). Some free tickets ..read more

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[30 Sep 2015 | Comments Off on An evening with Stuart Townend – Monday 12 October | ]

Tickets are still available for this event organised by “The Friends of St Andrews”. They cost £12.50 and are available from Peter Halden (Tel: 01787 319080 or peterhalden@hotmail.com). They will also be available at the Annual Meeting on 30 September. Cheques should be payable to “Friends of St Andrews”.

The evening starts at 7.30 with the doors opening at 7.00.

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[30 Sep 2015 | Comments Off on Kettle & Fish – 10 year anniversary | ]

If you didn’t see it in the local press, read the text announcing the event, which includes background history, and see photos taken earlier this year of the main area and kitchen.