Below are the four URC churches in Ipswich and East.
More Sample IMAGES A selection of photos from our gallery
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WELCOMEPhoto Flatford Mill Bobby Allen This is the new website for the SSAP and is intended as a communication hub which is not just for the members and friends of the 21 churches. It is also as a window for anyone into what it might feel like to be part of the URC based in South Suffolk, wherever you are in the world. However, there is no substitute for being part of the community so please join us for worship in any of the 21 churches or chapels! The site will only succeed in achieving that aim if the content and information comes from the churches and people voice what they would like to see and what they do not like. Please contact the webmaster (me!) to help develop this site. Contact webmaster click here.Or complete the form on the contact us page.What is going on in the SSAP? See the web diary
SOME PANELS OF INFORMATION
Below are some simple facts about the people involved in the SSAPFor more detail on how the SSAP came about and developed click here
See 2 example of ways to find an advert for an event in a church.The example is a Organ Concert at Haverhill on Monday 12th August.•As a link to a page. Click here•On the SSAP Diary Click here
Once in the Diary click on the event then further details or map.
This is a sound file example to listen to.
The URC is the union of …..•The Congregational Church of England & Wales•The Presbyterian Church of England •The Re-formed Association of the Churches of Christ•The Congregational Churches in ScotlandThes first two united in 1972 the third joined in 1981. April 2000 saw Congregational Churches of Scotland Joining the URC at a special service in Edinburgh.Each local congregation belonging to the URC seeks:•To welcome those who come from any church background or none;•To arrange its own worship, witness and service;•To celebrate the sacraments of Baptism & the Lord’s Supper;•To hold regular Church Meetings of members and an elected body of Elders who, with the minister, share pastoral and leadership responsibilities;•To develop ecumenical relationships.