The Revd. Nigel Tuffnell
Hello and a warm welcome to the website for the 7 Church of England churches that serve Billingford, Brockdish, Harleston, Needham, Redenhall, Scole, Thorpe Abbotts, and Wortwell. Each of our Churches has its own character but all seek to express a warm and loving faith, both during our worship and throughout the week.
Here, you will find details of what we believe, our worship programme and events (spiritual and social). I hope you find what you are looking for but please get in touch if you want to know more.
Coffee Morning,Friday 30th September 10am-11.30am at Brockdish Village Hall for MacMillan Cancer support.
St John's Church in Harleston at 2pm. For primary age school children. Free of charge with refreshments, cake and lots of messy fun and crafts! No need to book and remember to bring an adult.
Wednesday 5th October at 7.30pm.Archbishop High School, Harleston. Dates can change so contact us to add you to our notfication list.. Revd Nigel Tuffnell at firstname.lastname@example.org / 01379 308905
6pm for 6.30pm. All are welcome to join us for a harvest celebration meal with entertainment and a raffle. Remember to bring your own drink & a glass!Bookings only & tickets are £9.Contact Georgie (740127) for tickets.
Thorpe Abbotts Village Hall from 2pm to 4pm. Children under the of 13 are invited to join the fun. Also families with young children are welcome to meet other families in the village and to chat over a cuppa. Free entry.
A Harvest Celebration Service at All Saints, Thorpe Abbotts on Sunday 9th October at 4.00pm. As always a warm welcome awaits together with refreshments on conclusion of the service.
10.00am to 3.00pm at the River Waveney Trust, Earsham. Email email@example.com for bookings.
Learning to put Jesus first
Sharing love & Good News
In our 7 churches we seek to deepen our faith, individually and together, including through our Weekly Worship, Children's Work, Mothers' Union, Prayer and House Groups. To ensure our young people get the very best start in life we do all that we can to support our schools. Being part of a wider community we support and promote our local businesses and community organisations.Generosity is central to our faith so we seek to help all who are finding life hard through our Pastoral Care Scheme and Foodbank. We also help our community further afield through our support of The Matthew Project, Christian Aid, Compassion and other agencies in this country and around the world.