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Churches in Sudbury and surrounding area to celebrate week of prayer

PUBLISHED: 11:24 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:24 15 January 2018

PICTURES FROM SUDBURY, SUFFOLK - THE UNLISTED HERITAGE

Sudbury Baptist Church. The Gothic Revival church cost just £2000 when built in 1889

PICTURE CONTRIBUTED 2/9/2002    HISTORY

PICTURES FROM SUDBURY, SUFFOLK - THE UNLISTED HERITAGE Sudbury Baptist Church. The Gothic Revival church cost just £2000 when built in 1889 PICTURE CONTRIBUTED 2/9/2002 HISTORY

Churches in and around Sudbury are joining the global Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with seven consecutive days of services.

The first is at St Gregory’s Church in the town on January 21 at 6.30pm and Reverend David Cornick, general secretary of Churches Together in England will speak at the service.

The other services are as follows: 12.30pm on January 22 at All Saints Church Hall, Church Street, Sudbury, 12.30pm on January 23 at St John’s Methodist Church, York Road, Sudbury, 12.30pm on January 24 at St Catherine’s, St Catherine’s Road, Long Melford, 12.30pm on January 25 at Salvation Army, Station Road, Sudbury, 12.30pm on January 26 at Bures Baptist Church and from 8am to 9.30am on January 27 prayer breakfast at Sudbury Baptist Church.

All are welcome to attend the services.

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