Activities and events


Bishops Martin and Mike setting out from Dunwich – like their purple high viz jackets!

Walking with Bishop Martin and Bishop Mike

Our two bishops are making a pilgrimage from Dunwich to Bury St. Edmunds and they will be coming to Woolpit and Drinkstone on March 9th. They invite you to join them as they walk so if you would like to do this meet at St. Mary’s Church at 4:00 pm on the 9th and walk across to All Saints Church, Drinkstone. They will be leading evening prayer at All Saints at 4:30 pm and then Morning Prayer at 9:00 am on the 10th. they invite you join them at either or both of these services. They will then continue their pilgrimage through to Bury.

Kagera Service – Sunday 12th March

Join us for a service to celebrate and support our link diocese of Kagera, which is in Tanzania. We will be following the diocesan Lent Challenge through out the time of Lent so at our service on the 12th we will see how the church is making a real difference in the lives of people in Kagera. To find out more go to the diocesan web site:

‘Bake and Brew’ Coffee Morning – Saturday 18th February 2017

10:00 – 12:00 am in St. Mary’s Church, on behalf of the Children’s Society.

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If you have a Children’s Society collection box please bring it along. Come and meet the new co-ordinator for our village, Jean Kendall

Saturday 3rd December – The Walk About Nativity 2016

12:00 noon starting at the old Plough Pub, Green Rd – opposite Drinkstone Road.

Join Mary and Joseph as they seek a safe place to have their baby and meet eccentric inn keepers, the mad King Herod and the wonderful magi on the journey before we arrive at the stable in Bethlehem. We finish with soup and cake in the church.

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Pictures from last year’s (2015) Walk About Nativity.


Sunday 11th December. 10:45 am

Come and make your own Christingle as part of this lovely service in which we celebrate Jesus as the light of the world and prepare to welcome him at Christmas. It’s simple enough for all children to enjoy but full of depth and meaning too.


Saturday 17th December at 7:30 pm.

Join us for this traditional service where the Tudor Rose Choir leads us in singing carols.