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The Church of England Parish in Northwest Ipswich serving the people of Whitton, Castle Hill, The Crofts and The Dales.

we’re an inclusive church where all are welcome.


Sunday 9:30am

Parish Communion

A prayer for all those affected by coronavirus

Lord, you are always close to those who call upon You, to those who turn to You in their hearts. Be close to me, Lord, so I can share with You my hopes and dreams my fears and worries too. Stay close to me, Lord, Let me know the joy of your friendship

Whilst the church is closed for services we shall be adding the weekly pew sheet and other resources on to our website so you can all follow along with our online services.

The pew sheet for Sunday 12h June along with some information about Trinity Sundayyour daily life.  Most people follow it in the same order as it is writtenand only take 15 to 20 minutes to  

There is also a useful aid to help you in reflecting where God is in. Most people follow it in the same order as it is writtenand only take 15 to 20 minutes to go through.

Pew Sheet 1 for 25/10/20                 Pew Sheet 2 for 25/10/20            Order of Service 25/10/20                

 All Files open as a download.                                                                                                                                                        

Corona Virus:  Latest News

23 May 2020 

The attached link is a short letter from the Mothers' Union Diocesan Chaplain on the effects of loss, grief and bereavement during the Corona Virus lockdown. There is also a short section on advice we could give to children who are anxious about things.  It has some very good advice that relates to both the young as well as the young at heart.

 MU Chaplain Letter

April 6th 2020

Following both Government and National Church advice please note ALL public worship is suspended until further notice meaning no more Services or gatherings at either St Mary & St Botolph or The Ascension until further notice.


This is very sad and we will be working to have the church open for individual prayer and quiet space (observing the social distancing recommendations) please keep an eye here for further details and the link below for the statement of the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Our vision is to be a vibrant and inclusive Christian Family, meeting together to worship God, serve our community, and draw others into the family of faith as we seek to make the love of Christ known in the world.