Welcome to St. Mary's Parish Church, Woodbridge, Suffolk ...
We will be providing a regular update on the changes we are making to comply with information and advice received regarding Coronavirus issues. Please check HERE or go to our NEWS BLOG
Click here for this week's NEWS SHEET, or go to our NEWS BLOG
or our most recent issue of OUTLOOK magazine but please note all listed services and events
are postponed or cancelled until further notice.
Please contact the Parish Office for all pastoral and administrative issues and the Parish Office will direct you to the Churchwardens, who are responsible for the parish during the vacancy, following the retirement of The Reverend Canon Kevan S. McCormack as a Chaplain to the Queen and Rector of St Mary’s Woodbridge.
E: T: 01394 388820
The Right Revd Martin Seeley, the Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, is delighted to announce that the next Rector of St Mary’s Woodbridge and Priest in Charge of Great Bealings will be The Revd Nigel Prior. Nigel is presently Vicar of Mayfield and Five Ashes in the Diocese of Chichester. The date for Nigel’s Institution and Induction service has been set for Tuesday 9th June 2020.
Hopefully the information in our website will encourage you to visit our wonderful Church because it is never easy to go somewhere new for the first time! We are friendly and caring and you will find us cheerful and welcoming. We are part of the Church of England and we are in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. St Mary's, a beautiful, Grade 1 listed building, with a history dating back almost 600 years, is open every day of the week. This website will give you information about our services, our activities and our contact points.
"Like many people who walk into our church, you may just be browsing. You may live
near us or many miles away. We hope that you will discover here something of God's presence and love, which stimulates us to serve Him in our daily lives."
The Revd. Canon Kevan S. McCormack, Rector (2000 - 2020)
What's happening in the parish
All public worship services are
cancelled until further notice
but please refer to the Diary and latest Coronavirus updates for alternative resources.