STEEPLE BUMPSTEAD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

 

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Sunday 23rd September - 6pm - Join us for one of our Six O'Clock Workshops - Baptism - why we do it, how we do it and is it for me? 

 

Sunday 30th September - 6pm - Six O'Clock Workshop - Communion - What does it really mean, how do we do it and is it for me?

 

Saturday 6th October -  6.30pm - Harvest Supper with 'A Musical Journey'.

 

Sunday 7th October - 10.30am - Harvest Thanksgiving Service - All donations and packaged items to Haverhill Food Bank at REACH.

 

Sunday 14th October - 6pm - Six O'Clock Workshop - Prayer and Fasting - How to do it and what it is for?

 

Saturday 20th October - Workshops -  10am - 12.30pm  & 1.45pm - 4.30pm.  FREE Evening Concert 7pm -  SING GOSPEL! - with Carey and Geraldine Luce (Latty). Do you love to sing? Are you excited about gospel style music? Would you like to sing with others who share your passions? Come and Sing! - Tickets for both workshops  £8 available from Pam Thorndike.

 

Sunday 11th November - 6pm - Six O'Clock Workshop - Prayer and Fasting - How to do it and what it is for?

 

Sunday 25th November - 6pm - Six O'Clock Workshop - Communion - What does it really mean?

 

Sunday 9th December - 6pm - Six O'Clock Workshop - Children's Ministry - What we are doing and how we will move forward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steeple Bumpstead Congregational Church is at the heart of a village community on the Essex, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire borders. The church meets to pray and worship together, to celebrate and work together, to learn about the Bible and to make the Christian faith known widely.

 

There are opportunities to ask questions, to make friends and to get invovled in community activities, as well as church services. Our worship style is a mixture of traditional and contemporary, which we seek to blend in ways that are relevant and helpful to the congregation.

 

The church is available for weddings and funerals, we are also very pleased to help families celebrate the birth of a child.