St Mary’s is part of the Benedictine Abbey site in the Historic Core in Bury St Edmunds. It is also the Civic Church of the Town and Borough.
The church is Bury St Edmunds’ hidden treasure. It claims to be one of the largest parish churches in England, to have the second longest aisle and the largest west window. It is the final resting place of Mary Tudor, Queen of France, Duchess of Suffolk and favourite sister of Henry VIII (after whom the Mary Rose was named).
We are a church that is being challenged by God to make a real difference in the community by the way in which we communicate the gospel in an ever-evolving culture. Hadleigh is privileged to have a rich history, which has helped to develop Christian worship not only in this area but in the Anglican Church world-wide. Our worship and mission is shaped by this rich and varied tradition, and we are passionate about being a church to which everyone can belong and in which everyone is welcome.
Trinity is a place of worship, meeting and quietness in a distracted world.
Its people are seeking to grow together in the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ and are working to extend his kingdom of justice and peace.
You are welcome to join in our fellowship and service of others.
We have people of all ages and stages in our congregations. Some come every week, others less often; some are no longer able to join us in person due to ill-health; some of our family have families of their own, others are alone. All are welcome in our church. No matter what your past or present — Jesus is Good News for you!
Our church is a family — loving one another through thick and thin. We have a committed pastoral care team and bereavement support group and seek to offer prayer and a listening ear to those who need it. We visit people in need and pray for the sick.
We are committed to serving our community — especially those in need. We are involved as the lead organisation in the Foodbank.
St Mary’s is the historic parish church of Lutterworth. The building has stood at the centre of our town for 800 years. We are proud to be part of this community and host civic events throughout the year.
We know that this life is not all there is and that so often we mess up. We depend on God for everything — especially for his forgiveness for our mistakes. In Jesus, we can know someone who can meet all our needs. We gather daily to pray to God for his continuing goodness to us.
Cheltenham Minster with St Matthew’s is a church community at the heart of Cheltenham. Together we worship and explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ and share his hope. We believe that Jesus Christ is wonderfully good news for our world and we love to welcome people in his name. We have two church buildings within close proximity which gives us two venues of different styles in which to pursue our vision. We are a church family of all ages, backgrounds and situations in life. So whoever you are, we’d like to think you can find a home amongst us. What unites us is our hope through Jesus Christ, a commitment to the Bible as God’s Word to us, a desire to share this with others, and being part of the Anglican Church.
Characterised by being the only church in the country with a tower and steeple at the same end we are steeped in history. We are noted for many examples of fine stained glass windows, historic connections to the Earl of Derby’s family and we have Lancashire’s largest working organ.
Our church, which is part of the Diocese of Blackburn, has both a rich history and a large and active community, working today to celebrate the Good News in friendship and fellowship.
Whilst our church building, the only Grade 1 listed building in Wigan, has stood on this spot for over 400 years, there is documentary evidence which shows a much longer history of worship, with a church community that dates back over 800 years. The lives of the Lords of the Manor of Standish were closely entwined with the church from their earliest Norman days.
Today, St. Wilfrid’s is both the centre of our township and a major part of a thriving community.