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All Saints is open daily for private prayer 

All Saints Saxtead:


11.15am: 1st and 3rd Sundays Morning Prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Holy Communion

updated 06.09.23





April News 2020

27 March 2020

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1 March 2020

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February News from Saxtead

29 January 2020

February Services at All Saints Saxtead 
2nd Candlemas Joint Christingle Service at St Michael’s at 11.00am 
9th 11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) 
16th 11.15am Holy Communion (CW)
23rd 11.15am Morning Prayer 
March Services at All Saints Saxtead 
1st 11.15am Holy Communion (CW) 
8th 11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) 
15th 11.15am Holy Communion (CW) 
22nd 11.15am  Holy Communion (CW) 
29th 11.15 am Morning Prayer 
News from Saxtead 
First of all, a reminder that on 2nd February, (Candlemas), there is a joint Christingle service at St Michaels at 11.00 am, so no service at Saxtead that day. For Communion, there is the 8am service at St Michael’s; see the schedule of services on reverse. Saxtead PCC has decided to start the exploration about getting a toilet and water into Church and to get our architect to help us begin the work. A small group has been formed to work with the Architect to consider the possibilities for water and for waste and the possible designs. They will need to work at the costings and consider phasing the work. The PCC also considered the possibilities for the Cremation plot in the Churchyard and is taking some advice on the possibilities of what is possible and what would be allowed. Alpha Course We got off to a good start with plates of steaming Red Poll cottage pie for our fifteen guests who came from as far as Debenham and Brandeston, as well as from Framlingham and Saxtead! We have a selection of books to borrow and a manual to guide Participants through the talks. Christina:  Email: cdb1946@icloud.com  

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News from Saxtead December 2019

28 November 2019

December Services at ALL SAINTS SAXTEAD

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28 October 2019

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24 September 2019


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Saxtead News for September

27 August 2019

News from All Saints Saxtead
Get ready for a great September!
Celebrating Saxtead, the Festival, 20th, 21st and 22nd September.
It is finally time to celebrate Saxtead! Mark Sanders has given the festival a spiritual and historical context that takes things to a deeper level as we celebrate a community that has stood for thousands of years. You may already be involved in the 101 tasks involved in getting the festival ready, for which we thank you. You may be taking part in one of the many different demonstrations, talks, cultural events or traditional pastimes, or encouraging the youngsters to create photos, music or scarecrows. Or simply coming along to be part of our village life - from afternoon tea to tug of war. For all of these, thank you. You may even win the Lucky Programme (£100).These are available from the Co-op But most importantly, you are celebrating being part of Saxtead and raising funds for its future . Thank you once more and see you there!
Another way to support Saxtead is to get fit by preparing for that other great event, the annual Ride and Stride for Churches on Saturday September 14th (see over for details)
Enjoy your Summer, see you in September!
Sue Ward: saxtead_sue@hotmail.com
Loretta Roberts

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August News from Saxtead

2 August 2019

News from All Saints Saxtead
When do penguins and puffins join cockerpoos at the invitation of three donkeys? At the Saxtead and Framlingham Pet Service that’s where. I’ll leave it to you to decide which were animate and which were cuddly toys! But over 60 people, from 2 weeks old to over 90, came together for a happy service. We are very grateful to Catherine and George Cullingford for hosting this very happy occasion and allowing Jasper, Mistry and Whisper (the donkeys) to join in the service! Thanks to Frank who played the saxophone – the donkeys quickly got used to a new musical accompaniment
We now have the final total from our fete on 25th June, and can report that we raised £1678! Well done to everyone concerned, and thanks especially to Sarah Rimmer for organising and the Wolleys for their hospitality.
Plans for Celebrating Saxtead are proceeding well but we still need more volunteers, so do come forward if you can possibly spare the time. Sue Ward: saxtead_sue@hotmail.com

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July News from Saxtead

23 June 2019

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