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St Gregory’s Church

Denomination: Church of England
Address: Gregory Street, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 1BA
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Church website .

From 13 September 2021 please contact our Administrator:
parishsecretary@stgregspcc.uk
or 07956 456126.

Minister: The Rev’d Chris Eyden (Interim Priest)
chris.eyden@cofesuffolk.org

The church is open for private prayer at times. For details see website .

The community of St Gregory’s welcomes new members. When people cannot attend church in person, the team are using post, phone, email or the internet to maintain contact. To join, please email parishsecretary@stgregspcc.uk .

Service Times

Sundays
8.00 am Holy Communion (Third Sunday of the month only, from October 2021 during the interregnum.)
10.00 am Parish Eucharist – Announcements at 9.55am

Wednesday
11.00 am Holy Communion

Other Activities

The church is usually open each day between 9am and 3pm. You are most welcome to come in and look around and to make use of the Prayer Area.

The acivities below are suspended during the pandemic.

Friday
7.30 pm Choir Practice

Third Thursday at 2.30pm each month:
Fellowship Meeting at The Christopher Centre, Gainsborough Street,
Sudbury.
(Variations in June, July, December. No meeting in August.)
For details see http://stgregorychurchsudbury.co.uk/fellowship
or the Parish Magazine.

First Saturday of each month, 10.00 am to 11.30 am or noon:
Coffee morning (in members’ homes or in church)

Study groups (in members’ homes)

More information can be found in the monthly Parish Magazine, the weekly notice sheet, and posters displayed in the church porch.

On Fridays coffee is served between 10.30 am and 12.00 noon – a time to chat, or just sit. A member of the ministry team will be in church at those times to talk or pray with you.

Prayer 48 – A report from May 2011. A similar event was held 12-14 June 2015.
A truly blessed experience at St Gregory’s as people undertook 48 hours of non-stop prayer.
Take a look at the photos from the various prayer stations which focused on the Lord’s Prayer.
Every household in the parish had the opportunity to have prayer said for them – whatever their need or circumstance. Leading up to the event, and in order to attract people’s prayer requests, some 5,000 invitations were delivered to homes throughout the parish.

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