St. Mary's Church, Woodbridge
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Notices for 20th January, 2019


Ipswich Night Shelter The night shelter would like to express its thanks for the donations that they have received and the fantastic response they have had. At the moment they are unable to take any more donations due to the lack of storage, but we will let you know should they need anything further.

We are delighted to announce that the combined collection from our Annual Carol Service and the Service of Light amounted to £1,549 for the night shelter.

EPIPHANY CHAPEL FLOWERS The rota is now ready for collection in the file at the back of the church on Sundays and in the shop during the week.

Divorce Recovery Workshop The next DRW workshop will be held at Quay Street Church. It will run on 6 consecutive Monday nights from 25th February, 7.00-9.30pm. The workshop aims to help people come to terms with a marriage or relationship break down.  This is accomplished using video material which then provides a constructive focus for discussion within small groups. The workshop enables people to have a better understanding of what they are doing through and provides support from others going through similar situations. 

Further information is available at, or to book a place, please contact Carol on

Woodbridge Quay Church warmly welcomes you to An Evening with Fiona Hendley (acclaimed West End/ TV Actress) & Paul Jones (The Manfreds, Blues Band) on Sunday 27th January 2019, 6.30 p.m. Hear how faith in God has changed their lives. Uplifting, enjoyable and inspiring –both in word and song. Donation Tickets £5 available from: Penny Hull (07856 794155 /, Quay Church (Tues/Wed/Fri; access via atrium on Quay Street) or Woodbridge Violins.

Candlemas - the Return of Spring  The first of four events in 2019 as part of a 'Pilgrimage through the Cycle of the Year' to be held on February 10th 2019 at 6.30pm at St. Mary's Church Woodbridge.  Anam Cora is a group of devotional singers weaving song, chant and silence into a meditative and uplifting experience. Anam Cora's material includes a wide variety of sacred music from different traditions, and from early times to the present day, some of it being written by members of the group. This offering is not specifically a Christian event.  Its theme will reflect the move from darkness towards the light and new beginnings.This is the first in the cycle of four events at churches in Suffolk and Norfolk.  The 'birthing' of this pilgrimage,   'The Darkness Shines', was held on Saturday December 8th 2018 at St Botolph's Church, Iken. WOODBRIDGE FRIENDS OF ST ELIZABETH HOSPICE 22nd Quiz Night, 7.30pm on Friday 25 January 2019 at the Community Hall, Station Road, Woodbridge. Teams should be 4-6 members.  £10 person (includes Buffet platter and Raffle).  Please bring your own alcoholic drinks.  Contact: Anne Barratt 01394 382815


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