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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Services this week:

Sunday 14th July
8am - BCP Communion - St P&P
9:30am - All-Age Service - St P&P
11am - Morning Praise - St A
6:30pm - Summer at St Nicks - St N

Wednesday 17th July
10am - Holy Communion - St A

Sunday 21st July
8am - BCP Communion - St A
9:30am - Live at 9:30 - St P&P
With Explorers Junior Church
11am - Holy Communion - St A
6:30pm - Summer at St Nicks - St N

Welcome to Old Felixstowe Parish
Sunday, June 30, 2024

It was great to meet together as all congregations across the parish for our first joint service on Sunday 30th. We worshipped together and heard about the how the ministry of Parish Nursing is making an impact in our parish. We also welcomed Rev Georgina who will joining us to serve her curacy.

Saturday, June 29, 2024

It was a joy to be at the cathedral on Saturday 29th June to see Georgina be ordained as deacon by Bishop Martin. We now welcome Rev Georgina South to serve our curacy with us here in Old Felixstowe. Please continue to pray for Georgina as she joins us – we are excited to see how God is going to bless us through her ministry.

Monday, March 04, 2024

KFS thumbnail image1It was a pleasure to welcome pupils from Kingsfleet Primary School last week as part of their learning about Rock Materials. They looked at different materials in the church and explored the differing rocks in the graveyard.

Jean Mac reports it was a joy to host the class and that she learnt to.

We love supporting our local primary schools where we can.

Monday, January 29, 2024

A huge thank you for your support of Boost in 2024. We’ve seen a busy start to the year, most recently with the whole of Year 7 coming to the Garden during their health and wellbeing enrichment day. Thank you to Rev. Chris and to Jean for leading a session around the campfire, reflecting on mental health, wellbeing, and noticing things in creation around us, and to all the other volunteers who joined us from local churches throughout the day.

Sunday, January 28, 2024

Over the last month a small group of us have been exploring the course “How to lead an unsuccessful life.” Its been a great opportunity so far to pause and reflect on those things that influence how we feel about ourselves, how we relate to others and our relationship with God.

The input for one of the weeks has got me thinking about theme of influence – what influences me and what I seek to influence and how does this fit in with my call to be a follower of Jesus?

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