Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.
Matthew 28: 19–20
St Peter and St Paul has a small but active branch of the Mothers’ Union, whose outreach work includes those who are inmates in local prisons, local hospitals and the Mission to Seafarers in Felixstowe. They also send cards to families of young children after Baptism. Enquiries are welcomed, and should be directed to .
Growing in God
Growing in God is a Diocesan vision for flourishing churches. Our enthusiastic Growing in God team has come up with a number of initiatives in response to this over the years. For example, the first Saturday of each month sees a well-supported coffee and cake morning in the church. The morning is regularly attended by a number of local residents and visitors.
St Peter and St Paul belongs to the Church of England and is the biggest church in the Stour Valley Benefice in the Diocese of South West Suffolk, both in terms of number of congregants and size of building. Other parishes in the Benefice are Stoke by Clare, Hundon, Cavendish and Wixoe. St Peter and St Paul is a joint parish with Poslingford, a hamlet on the northern outskirts of Clare. You can read more about the other parishes in the Benefice by visiting the Benefice website www.stourvalley.org.uk.