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Service times

8.30am Said Morning Prayer

Sunday 28 November
8.00am BCP
9.30am Choral Matins
10.30 am Choral Eucharist (also live-streamed)
5.30pm Advent Vigil

Monday 29/Tuesday 30 November
No Evensong services

Wednesday 01 December
10.30am Holy Communion (BCP)
7.00pm Trees @ the Tower Opening Service (for sponsors, guests & participants only)

Alpha @ The Tower’? The caption could be ‘Christmas got you thinking? Got questions about life and faith? Thinking about New Years resolutions? Try Alpha, a course exploring the big questions. Beginning on Monday 10th January, 7:30pm-9pm in Tower House (opposite the church), 17 Tower Street, Ipswich. For more info, contact the Vicar, Tom

Advent & Christmas Services 2021

02-08 December 2021
Thursday 2nd December                10:00 – 18:00
Friday 3rd December                      10:00 – 18:00
Saturday 4th December                 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday  5th December                    12:00 – 16:00
Monday 6th December                   10:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 7th December                  10:00 – 12:45, 14:15-18:00
Wednesday 8th December 11:30 – 18:00
Our Christmas Tree Festival this year has been rebranded as Trees @ the Tower.
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 Café offering drinks, light lunches and home made cake.

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

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