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From the Rectory. I will post something here on Tues, Thurs & Sat … a thought, an inspiration, something that has made me smile or cry, here

Despite the restrictions, Church is very much open, for private prayer and with many online opportunities, sadly we have had to suspend in person services for the time being.

This Sunday ends the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and we will have a Zoom service at 10am, together with our Methodist friends. Contact us if you need the link.  The order of service is here

The All Age Resources for this week are here.  And some extra resources for this Sunday are here

Most of our churches are open during daylight hours.  Wimpole is now closed except for services. If you visit any of our churches please use the sanitiser and comply with social distancing.

Bishop Dagmar’s reflection for this week is here

Food Boxes are still in the church porches for those who are in need, if you need food please help yourself, there is no need to ask. Please remember to wash your hands before and after you visit as this is the best way to keep yourself safe.

During this difficult time when our church buildings are closed to our usual services, we are still a church; meeting virtually for prayer services and fellowship, loving our neighbours by offering practical support to the vulnerable, and caring for our communities. The work of our church is reliant on people’s generosity, a generosity that is a hallmark of a lived-out faith and a testament to it.If you would like to make a donation please click here

Welcome to the Benefice website

Welcome to our website. Whether you are a visitor, or work in the area, a local resident or a member of one of the congregations a very warm welcome will await you in any of our churches.

The Orwell Group Benefice is part of the Diocese of Ely

The Benefice has five churches covering five parishes and we are here to serve you whether you are a regular church attender or not. As rural parishes, many of our congregations have members of various traditions worshipping together, be they Baptist, Methodist, Roman Catholic, or whatever, and all are welcome. After all we all worship the same one God.

Our church buildings are old and worship and spiritual development have been going on formally for at least a thousand years if not more, even if the buildings have changed.

That does not mean we fossilise, and as social changes occur around us we endeavour to respond to the challenges that are presented. This web site will offer you only a taster of what can be found in each parish and if you have questions or recommendations you can always email me using the form in the Contact Us pages or perhaps you would prefer to drop into one of our services.

Again welcome.