Welcome!

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Welcome to Old Felixstowe Parish Churches website. We are an Anglican Church on the coast seeking to offer a warm and welcoming space where we learn about Jesus and grow together.

Our vision states that we seek to live, show and tell of the love of God: becoming like Jesus and drawing others to Him - this is still the case and though we may now do this in a very different way our calling to our community remains the same.
 
Rev Chris Hood
Vicar of Old Felixstowe
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Live this week:

Wednesday 8th December
10:00am - Holy Communion - St Andrew

Sunday 12th December
8am - BCP Holy Communion - St Andrew

9:30am - Live at 9:30
WATCH HERE


11:00am - Morning Praise - St Andrew's
Reading: Luke 3:7-18

5pm - Paul and Chris on FXR

Welcome to Old Felixstowe Parish
Monday, October 18, 2021

On Sunday Evening in Old Felixstowe Parish we gathered for a service exploring issues around modern slavery.

Friday, September 17, 2021

In Old Felixstowe Parish we seek to Live, Show and Tell God’s love, becoming like Christ and drawing others to Him.

One of the ways we aim to do this is through meeting together in small groups.

Monday, August 02, 2021

In Rev Andy’s talk on 1st August he spoke about our diet. Not only what we eat day by day but how we feed our souls. How is it that we can ensure we allow God to nourish us each day?

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

In the light of the government’s change in regulations we have decided we will adopt the following approach to worship together on Sunday mornings as we head to the next few weeks. All our Sunday morning worship will continue to be held in St Andrews as it is the largest church and government guidelines suggest spacious indoor spaces are less likely to see transmission of Covid.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

chris small transI wonder what you think of when you think of community. It’s a word that’s used a lot but somehow hard to pin down and define. We know that being a part of a community matters, we have throughout our lives benefitted from the support that community brings.

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

chris small transI wonder how you interact with technology? I find myself wrestling with anything new but then bemused that someone else can’t work out something I have mastered. Internet bank-ing is often a mystery, whereas email is just the way things are and is clearly a natural way of doing things. I was once referred to by a friend as a “neo-luddite,” meaning I was unwill-ing to adopt new technology after the year 2000 and referencing the 19th Century faction that smashed up new textile machinery – although I draw the line at destroying new tech-nology… mostly!

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