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Fairtrade Coffee Morning

Held on the first Saturday of every month from 10am til 12 noon at the Benefice Hall next to All Saints Church

Please feel free to drop by for a cup of coffee or tea and biscuits and the opportunity to buy some of the excellent Fairtrade produce, which includes teas, coffee, chocolate, biscuits, and a great deal more.

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All Saints Church

Find out about the services, events and history of All Saints Church.

Wickhambrook Cemetery

The Clerk to Wickhambrook Parish Council is the 'Clerk for Burials' who will advise you on any matter relating to burials in our cemetery.

Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church is in the Ely & Newmarket Methodist Circuit and part of the East Anglian District.

United Reformed Church

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals are conducted by our Minister, the Revd Samantha White, who is always willing to meet with enquirers.

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Churches Together in Wickhambrook and District

Women's World Day of Prayer was held at the Benefice Hall on Friday 4th March. This year it was prepared by Christian women of Cuba.

Before the service we were invited to write our names on a white paper flower symbolizing the butterfly jasmine, Cuba's national flower. We were welcomed by Ann Jones who led the service and gave a short introduction on Cuban life.

Cuban music was played while members of Churches Together in Wickhambrook and District carried symbols of Cuban life to the front: maracas, sugar, a bowl of provisions, a bible, a candle and a diary, these were placed on a table which was covered in the Cuban flag. Each spoke about the lives of the women they represented, while others gave a Bible reading. Hymns and songs were sung accompanied by Janet King on the keyboard.

Refreshments were enjoyed afterwards and everyone was offered a paper flower to take home with them and to pray for the person whose name was written on it.

The collection amounted  to £71 and supports the work of Women's World Day of Prayer in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and projects run by Christian charities around the world.

Thank you to all who took part and those who attended.

All Saints Church

All Saints Church

All Saints Church is part of the Bansfield Benefice and this beautiful Grade I listed church has played its part in Wickhambrook life for over 1000 years

Generations have been baptised at the Font, married at the Altar Steps and buried in the Churchyard

The Bansfield Benefice is currently in interregnum but has appointed Rev'd Brin Singleton as its next Rector.

More information including service dates and times can be found on the Bansfield Benefice website.

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The Cemetery

Wickhambrook Cemetery

The Clerk to Wickhambrook Parish Council is the 'Clerk for Burials'. He is always willing to advise you on any matter relating to burials in our cemetery etc.

You can also find out more details about the cemetery including fees, guidelines etc

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Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church

Wickhambrook Methodist Church is in the Ely & Newmarket Methodist Circuit and part of the East Anglian District. The Superintendent is the Rev Colin Watkins and he is based at Soham Methodist Church. The Minister for Wickhambrook is Rev Sangwoo Seo.

Our Senior Steward is Ivan Peacock who lives in Wickhambrook. The Superintendent organises local preachers to take most of our services and we have a rota system where every other month or so, all the churches within the old Newmarket circuit can join together for worship.

Both Superintendent Watkins and Rev Sangwoo Seo visit Wickhambrook to take services on a regular basis for and also cover weddings, christenings and other special events in our calendar.

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United Reformed Church

United Reformed Church

Our Meeting House, or Chapel, is known as the 'bottom chapel' because it is at the lower end of Cemetery Hill, at Meeting Green (which was formerly Meeting House Green).

The United Reformed Church was formed by uniting the Congregational and English Presbyterian Churches, later joined by The Churches of Christ.

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