A lot has changed over the past year; including the ways we worship. As we move forward, we are keen to understand how your worship pattern may have changed and any impact this may have in planning services in the future.
As per the new legislation announced by the government last Saturday, we will not be holding in-person services in church until at least 6th December.
However we will continue to hold online services on Sundays at 9:30am and Wednesday at 10am: www.oldfelixstoweparish.org.uk/live
St Peter & St Paul will be open for individual prayer on Mondays from 10am until 3pm.
For more infomation, watch Chris's latest news update: https://youtu.be/ABuPGfI1L2g
Saturday 14th November 7:00PM – On Zoom
Some fun together, raising money for TEAR FUND. There will be six rounds of questions, with a break halfway: lasting about 2 hours in total.
Dear Church Family
It seems a long time since we had to close our church buildings and alter how we functioned as God’s people in Old Felixstowe. In this time many things have happened and we have had to adapt and learn new skills. Who would have thought that many of us would attend worship with a cup of coffee in our hand, slippers on and then sung in front of our computers – or for those of us who have returned to the building we would not be singing and have to wear masks?
We are neither in a sprint or a marathon – perhaps more like a triathlon.
Over the last four months we have changed and adapted to a new reality in the light of the Coronavirus.