Churches in the Blyth Valley Team Ministry

The Blyth Valley Team Ministry is made up of 11 distinctive churches, spread out of a large area around the Market Town of Halesworth. Below you will find links to each of our churches. If you would like to contact one of the staff at the Team, please visit the Contacts page.

All Saints' Church, Blyford

Address: Blyford Church, Southwold Road, Blyford, IP19 8JY


Priest:
Edward Rennard

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St Andrew's Church, Bramfield

Address: St Andrew's Church, Bramfield , IP19

St Andrew’s Church follows BCP worship for it’s three Sunday services which are the first Sunday in the month Evensong at 6.30pm changing to 3.30pm in the winter, 3rd Sunday Matins at 11.15am and the 4th Sunday, Holy Communion at 11.15am.

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St Mary's Church, Chediston

Address: St Mary’s Church, Chediston, Halesworth IP19

Our village church welcomes all who wish to come and pray or share in worship; whether as individuals wanting a quiet space, or together at our services that take place twice or three times a month, and for special festival s and occasions.

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St Mary's Church, Halesworth

Address: St. Mary’s Church, Steeple End, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8LL

We have a warm and inviting church that has served the community for centuries, which is steeped in history and sits at the heart of the Blyth Valley Team Ministry which is made up of 11 Churches. St. Mary’s has an active, and welcoming worshipping presence to those in times of joy, trouble ,for weddings, baptisms, funerals and to celebrate Christmas, Eastertide and Harvest.

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St Peter's Church, Holton

Address: St. Peter’s Church, Beccles Road, Holton, Suffolk IP19 8NG

Welcome to St Peter’s Holton. We’re a small church, about 25 people at most Sunday services, but a very welcoming and caring church; and we’re warm in winter too, with new heaters. As well as Sunday services we have Morning Prayers, a quieter said service, at 9am on Fridays, attended by a handful of people.

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St Margaret of Antioch's Church, Linstead

Address: St Margaret's, Linstead, Suffolk

There are normally two services a month, on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. However these do vary and details of forthcoming services will be found both on the notice board in the porch and in Team Times, the parishes’ magazine.

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St Peter's Church, Spexhall

Address: Spexhall St Peter, Church Road, Spexhall, IP19 ORQ

A very warm welcome to you as you visit St Peter’s Spexhall online. We are a small rural church located in a wonderful hidden corner of the Suffolk countryside. We really enjoy our church life, which we see as part of the community life of the village as well as an expression of our faith. Small in number we are big on welcome, and you will find Jane and Fred there for you whatever you need.

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St Peter's Church, Thorington

Address: Thorington St. Peter, Thorington IP19 9JG

The church is the focal point of the village as we have no pub, school, or village hall, but we have three authors and a famous boxer as residents. We are very small in number and would love to see a coach load turn up on the second Sunday of every month when we celebrate parish communion followed by a cup of tea or coffee and a chat to get to know one another better.

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St Mary's Church, Walpole

Walpole ChurchAddress:St Andrew's Church, 2 Halesworth Road, Walpole, IP19 9AZ  

Walpole derives its name from a combination of the Anglo Saxon pol-a pool and weala-a foreigner-a Britain, and in the Doomsday Book is spelt Walepola. This church obviously occupies a very early site though the earliest work to be seen today is Saxon.

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St Peter's Church, Wenhaston

Walpole ChurchAddress: St Peter's Church, Church Lane, Wenhaston IP19 9BJ  

The Church is open daily. Visitors are most welcome. Regular Events: Choir practice starts at 4.30 pm on Thursdays in St Peter's

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St Andrew's Church, Wissett

Address:St. Andrew's Church, Lodge Lane, Wissett, Halesworth, Suffolk. IP19 OJQ

The beauty of St. Andrew’s is it’s simplicity. It exudes peace, light and spiritual wholeness and for centuries couples have found Wissett to be the perfect country Church in which to marry. The Church is open during daylight hours for you to visit or contact a Church Warden who would be delighted to show you around. You might also like to come to a Sunday Service.

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