Where ordinary people have discovered how the kindness of God has enriched their lives
Life gives us cause to celebrate
and we want to share good times...
...like starting a lifelong relationship, celebrating years together; moving into a new home; or the arrival of a baby
Sharing difficult times is an act of kindness, because life sometimes brings us pain. A broken relationship; illness; losing someone we love; struggling to manage conflict with others
Sometimes it's at the most difficult times that we feel God is closest to us, because that's when we know he understands our pain
We follow the Diocesen Guidelines https://www.cofesuffolk.org/safeguarding and keep updated through regular training. Each Parish has a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy and our volunteers who work with young people or vulnerable adults are DBS checked or are in the process of being checked and receive Safeguarding training. We review the Safeguarding Policy and our safeguarding practice each year.
If you have any concerns at any time about safeguarding in our parishes please contact the Vicar Rev Crompton-Battersby or use the link below to report your concern directly.