Christian Aid – Christian Aid has a vision – an end to poverty – and we believe that vision can become a reality.

Simon’s Suffolk Churches  – County-wide overview and historical background. Entries for individual churches have large, clear photographs and colourful descriptions by Simon Knott.

Christians in Touch – A Christian version of

NT Gateway – A Guide to New Testament scholarship

Inter Faith Network for the UK – Promoting inter faith understanding and cooperation

World Council of Churches – Caters for Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox Churches

Churches Together –  in Britain and Ireland – Irreverent Christian Humour

Anglican Archbishops

The Archbishop of Canterbury – Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of York – Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York

Anglican Links

Anglican Communion Worldwide – News and information about the life and ministry of our Anglican/Episcopal family

Church of England – A Christian presence in every community

Church in Wales – The Church in Wales

Scottish Episcopal Church – Firmly rooted in the life of Scotland and part of its rich history, the Scottish Episcopal Church is also deeply committed to its membership of the world-wide Anglican Communion

Church of Ireland –  the official Church of Ireland website

The Melanesian Mission – The Church of Melanesai

Anglicans Online – Links to all things Anglican

Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich

Affirming Catholicism –  movement of inspiration and hope in the Anglican Communion, seeking to bring together and strengthen lay and ordained people who recognize the positive, inclusive and joyful currents in the Catholic tradition of Christianity.

Modern Churchpeoples’ Union – Liberal Faith in a changing world

The Prayer Book Society – Prayer Book Society today continues to promote the worship and doctrine of the Church of England (and other churches in the Anglican tradition) as enshrined in the Book of Common Prayer.

Reader Ministry in the Church of England – Dedicated to serving the ministry of Readers in the British Isles and Europe

Churches in Ipswich

* “Resolutions A,B,C passed” means that the Parish Church Council has requested that they be under the care of a Bishop who has not ordained female priests. In Ipswich this means that they are under the care of the Bishop of Richborough. It also means that the parish has resolved that it will not accept the ministry of a female priest in the churches in that parish.

St Mary-le-Tower has not passed these resolutions

Miscellaneous – Track down second-hand books – Track down second-hand books including those in the UK

Bible Reading Fellowship – resourcing your spiritual journey

Counselling Directory – connecting you with professional support

Network Suffolk – a portal website which aims to help improve communications between Christians in and around Suffolk

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