opens six mornings a week and offers a place to meet, get a hot drink or shop for Christian books, gifts and cards. The shop also provides a meeting place for some of the church’s many evening bible study groups.

It’s the parish church of St John the Baptist, Saxmundham. The modernised interior of the historic church building provides a welcoming, warm and spacious place of worship and its flexible seating arrangements allow it to be used for a range of community purposes. Open each day, St John’s provides a quiet and restful place where anyone is welcome to simply sit and reflect or pray. There is parking for the disabled.

Sunday morning and evening worship at St John’s is supplemented by our Connections Church team using Saxmundham Primary School, where we offer something for youngsters too. You’ll find details of all services at the foot of the church drive, in Saxmundham News and at www.

We have a church shop, At the Crossroads, on the High Street. It

We offer parent and toddler morning groups during term time from 9.15 am on Mondays (in the church hall) and Wednesdays (at the Fromus Centre).

We have a church young people’s group, The Refuge, one evening a week in At the Crossroads. Email for details to: stjohnsycwork@talktalk. net

Adults on their own can get together with others over a bring-and-share lunch once a month. Solos meets in the church hall on the third Sunday of each month at around 12.15. You can reserve a place using the booking sheet in At the Crossroads.

Those struggling with debt and in need of help from Christians Against Poverty (CAP) can call 0800 328006 and be put in touch with our East Suffolk Rural Debt Centre.

Anyone temporarily unable to afford to feed themselves can ask their social services or CAB contacts to put


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