CHURCH OF ENGLAND
We have two beautiful churches in our villages: St Nicholas, Hintlesham and St Margaret & All Saints, Chattisham, which are part of the Benefice of Elmsett with Aldham, Hintlesham, Chattisham and Kersey, in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich.
The churches are generously supported by the charitable organisation, The Friends of Hintlesham with Chattisham Churches, and runs an annual Holiday Club in the summer for children in the parish. For more information, click on links.
We can also be found on Facebook @ The Church of England in Elmsett Aldham Kersey Hintlesham and Chattisham
Priest in Charge: Rev Jackson Crompton-Battersby (01473) 657349 / email: rev@kindchurch
Churchwardens: Hintlesham: Jenny Cox (01473) 652466 / Chattisham: Mark Walters (01473) 652773 Margaret Anderson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elders: Chris Banyard, John Mower, Mary Luxmore-Styles
Sunday Services: 9.30am
1st Sunday: Chattisham - Parish Eucharist
2nd Sunday: Hintlesham - Family Service
3rd Sunday: Chattisham - Parish Eucharist
4th Sunday: Hintlesham - All Age Eucharist
Tree Planting at St Nicholas' Church
Mothering Sunday Tree planting
We had a great turnout to help plant saplings at our Mothering Sunday service - thankyou to everyone who contributed.
HINTLESHAM WAR MEMORIAL
Hintlesham War Memorial has recently undergone restoration in time for the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War. For more information on this and the stories of those whose names appear on this memorial and the one in Chattisham Church, go to: www.hintleshamwarmemorial.com
A service of Remembrance was held at St Nicholas Church on 11th November to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, including a very moving presentation in memory of the 30 men from our two villages who lost their lives. A film of this is now available on the war memorial website (above).
Chattisham Church Restoration Update
We have not been able to continue with repairs in recent years, originally because structural engineers were monitoring the walls to measure how successful we had been in slowing down movement along the south side. Then some of the funds that we had available and earmarked for Chattisham were urgently required to pay VAT on repairs to the church roof in Hintlesham because it was leaking. Happily that work is now finished, the VAT will be returned, and so we can turn our attention again to Chattisham.
Thanks to the huge efforts of the Friends and local generosity we do have around £30,000 but we will need more even just to carry out essential repairs. Grants might be available, but they are usually easier to justify if the plans include ideas to use the church more than the current one hour a fortnight.
New Events in Chattisham Church!
Following a series of meetings in response to our recent questionnaire, over the coming warmer months we are going to be holding a series of community events in Chattisham Church. Look out for more information in The Link, on noticeboards, and Facebook.
Email chattishamchurch@gmail for more details or to offer to help.
Mark Walters / Margaret Anderson
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Parish of Sudbury with Hadleigh
St Joseph's, Long Bessels, Hadleigh IP7 5DB
Our Lady & St John, 20 The Croft, Sudbury CO10 1HW
Parish Priest: Father Peter Brett, The Priest's House, 20 The Croft, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 1HW Tel: (01787) 372703
Deacon: Rev. Andy Morton, 11 Maple Way, Leavenheath, Near Colchester, Essex CO6 4PQ Tel: (01206) 263367
5.00pm (Saturday): Sudbury
For services/weekly bulletin: www.sudburywithhadleigh.com
George Street, Hadleigh, IP7 5BE; Tel: (01473) 829602
Pastor: Greg Frost
10.30am All Age Morning Worship, with creche facilities and Junior Church
6.30pm Evening Service
For contact details/services: www.hadleighbaptist.org.uk
Market Place, Hadleigh, Suffolk IP7 5DL
Minister: The Rev'd Bryn Rickards: Tel: (01473) 829197
10.30am: Morning Worship
For services etc: www.hadleighurc.org.uk