Please note that the All Souls service on the 31 October is to be held at 5:30 and not 4:30 as mentioned in Sunday’s eNews.
9.30am Choral Matins
10.30am Choral Eucharist (also live-streamed)
5.30pm Choral Evensong (also live-streamed)
10:30am Holy Communion
On the 5th September we bade farewell to Charles Jenkin, and our new Vicar is Tom Mumford
read his introduction here
02-08 December 2021
Our Christmas Tree Festival is due to be re-launched this December, rebranded as Trees @ the Tower. After a year’s absence we are keen to encourage individuals and organisations to place a tree into the Festival, to celebrate the start of the Advent season.
Further information is available here https://treesatthetower.blogspot.com/p/participants.html
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The festival is a wonderful opportunity to raise much needed funds for charity. This year we are supporting Medical Detection Dogs, The Mayors Charity – Creative Computing, as well as the Church.
Trees @the Tower will be open to the public from Thursday 2 December until Wednesday 8 December this year with our popular Cafe offering drinks, light lunches and home made cake.
We are keen to attract as many participants as possible to the re-launch of this popular event. Participants will need to complete TWO forms, one with tree information, and another if they need to order a tree, stand and or leaflet stand for information they wish to share with our visitors.
Participant tree information forms may be downloaded here for completion.
If you wish to order a real tree, the tree order form can be downloaded here for completion.
Return your completed forms either via email to email@example.com or via post to St Mary-le-Tower, Tower Street, Ipswich IP1 3BE. Please mark your envelope “Trees at the Tower”.
The deadline for participating is Tuesday 16th November, when all forms must be received by. Payment must be via BACS and must be made by 30th November. Please ensure you mark it TaTT and add your name for identification.
St Mary-le-Tower is a parish church with a thriving congregation of people of all ages, and it is the Civic Church for the town of Ipswich. Our congregation is drawn from all around the Ipswich area, coming from a wide variety of backgrounds and religious perspectives. We offer cathedral style formal worship in the Anglican Choral Tradition, with an auditioned robed choir affiliated to the Cathedral Organists Association