Rev Joyce Willis, sadly passed
away on 3rd August 2022. She
will be sadly missed, especially in the Hadleigh Benefice where
Images from the 2022 Good Friday Walk of Witness
Images from the pancake party Jan 2020 in aid of Ipswich Town Pastors and Hadleigh Memories Cafe -
Carol singing at the Co-op December 2019 -
Images from the week of prayer for Christian unity 2019 -
Collecting for Christian Aid at the Co-op, May 2019 -
Images from the Good Friday Walk of Witness around Hadleigh 2019 -
Images from the World Day of Prayer 2019 and Shrove Tuesday
Row Chapel service, followed by the annual Pancake Party -
We have a team regularly going into Hadleigh Community Primary School, acting out Bible stories for the children.
Babergh Refugee Interest Group
has formed to get involved with exploring the possibility of providing direct help locally for those who have become refugees, especially from Syria where the situation is desperate.
The last government agreed to take 20,000 over 5 years of which Suffolk’s share would be 200. The support is focused on Ipswich but there is a need to provide some placements in more rural areas. Babergh & Mid Suffolk are asked to be part of this but need the initiative to come from local interest groups. Financial support would come partly from outside but some would need to be gathered locally. It is thought to be in the region of £9 -12000 per family over 2 years, with the need to support 3 families in an area so they are not isolated. This is a big ask – but then the need is great. The Interest Group are approaching various groups and organizations so that the response can be seen to come from the whole community.