The St Edmund Way Benefice: What is it?
A Benefice (in the Anglican sense) is a group of "parishes working together." This Benefice is comprised of the Anglican congregations of six parishes and six places of worship: Bradfield Combust, Gt Whelnetham, Hawstead, Lawshall, Nowton and Stanningfield. To read about our special ministry with Romanian children, click here.
Our Benefice was named after the St Edmund Way National Trail (more info) that goes through it, making its way to Bury St Edmunds. In centuries past, Pilgrims would walk this path to the Abbey; now, their destination is the Cathedral of St James.
To find out more about this Benefice and our range of activities and services, navigate with the buttons at the top of the page, or click on the links embedded in the text.
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Rector: Reverend Jayne Buckles
The Rectory, Harrow Green, Lawshall, IP29 4PB
Telephone: 01284 830513 Email: email@example.com.
Assistant Priest (NSM): The Reverend James Longe
Telephone: 07880 893697 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Site last updated on: Friday May 24 2013 with: Sunday services, new newssheet, services and Bible Readings for June.