Mildenhall Anglican Church

Forest Heath Community Radio station 105.3 fm ("Zack fm")

Please encourage friends and neighbours, especially those unable to get to church, to tune in at 9am on Sundays, for the previous week’s service at St Mary's Mildenhall. There is also a Christian programme of contemporary songs between 6am & 8am. 


Tinies; Mondays in term time. Are you able to join a team to help please. Setting up from 9.30am until we finish at 11.30am

Thank you to everyone who helped out with the Open Tower , stewarding or bringing some very wonderful cakes, Due to the bad weather we did very well to raise over £400 Thank you well done.

Harvest Supper Friday Oct 3rd 5.45pm for 6pm

This is a time to celebrate and eat together. Please sign the list for numbers and to bring something if you can .For the Harvest service on Sunday 5th Oct , as an expression of gratitude for all we have , if you can, please bring non-perishable items of food which can be passed onto the Food bank to help other who need it. (Suggestions - Packets of Milk, sugar, Tins of vegetables, rice pudding, meat, soup, beans, and coffee. ) Tables will be laid up at 4pm - help is welcome. Please bring food when you arrive at 5.45pm.


The Food Bank

'Whoever has two shirts must give one to the man who has none, and whoever has food must share it.' (Luke 3:11) A Food Bank has been set up by Mildenhall Baptist Church to help families who find themselves in sudden financial difficulties.

The Food Bank exists to give short term help at a critical time of need. Anyone referred by Social Services, by their doctor, or, in some cases, by their Church leader, receives assistance in the form of a food parcel containing provisions to last for about a week.

The Food Bank is run from King's Project (opposite Bussen & Parkin's) and is open on Monday and Friday, from 10.00 a.m. To 12 noon.If you would like to donate items you can take them directly to King's Project or put them in the basket at the back of St. Mary's Church. Canned meat, fruit, vegetables, packets of pasta or rice and tea or coffee are ideal as they have a good shelf life. They are also suitable for providing family meals.As we place our donations in the basket, perhaps we could also pray for God's blessing to be with the family who receives the food.


Chicken Foot Evening

For those who have never played before and those who have. An evening to enjoy together. You are welcome to bring snacks or drink to share, Please sign the list so that we know how many to expect.


Billy Graham’s 60th Anniversary Celebration

My hope 2014”

7pm November 16th at the Baptist Church

A celebration evening of 60 years of mission in England and the rest of the world. Please come and hear Billy Graham’s special DVD message. ‘ The Cross’ . – Also pick up a prayer card to remind you to pray for someone who you could invite to come with you on Nov. 16th. – Perhaps some one who used to go to church and doesn’t now, someone who went to a Billy Graham event years ago, but who’s faith has grown cold, or someone who has yet to hear the good news of Jesus and discover His love.


Samaritans Purse – Shoebox appeal

Your filled shoeboxes need to be ready by 1st November for

Service at St. Andrew’s Freckenham on Sunday 2nd November

Leaflets are now available at the back of church. Mary has a number of ready prepared empty boxes for sale.


Children Society boxes need to be returned by 12th October to the Church Wardens, Sue or Joanne, Please do not leave them at the back of church. The money will be counted and the boxes returned to you at the end of October


Clean up day – October 11th from 9am onwards.

Lots of jobs small and large, inside and outside the church and Cottage Rooms. Please come and help.


Thoughts from Time together Day – “Living Stones” - Sept 20th

Time of fellowship, very thought provoking much to think about of growing together as living stones.

Nice atmosphere, of unity, good teaching and sharing.

As well as inspiring content of the day, it was also good to be sharing with each other in an informal situation - getting to know each other better.

It was helpful to learn from each other and to think about what God is planning for us to do in the future in His church.

Felt we all had valuable contributions to make a friendly enabling atmosphere. I enjoyed it , felt we could have done an extra hour as less covered than last time, when we had longer. I look forward to next year.

At last I managed to make it . I learnt a lot through what was being said, one good thing that emerged God inspired me to trust Him more.

As you are important ‘Living stone’ of St. Mary’s church - please don’t miss the next “Time together .


Diocese Centenary Celebration Service

Sat 23rd November at 3.30pm

At Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral

This will be a joyful celebration to which all past Bishops and senior clergy have been invited. It would be really good if we could fill the cathedral to bursting point, with people, praise and prayer as we are sent out for mission in the next 100 years.

Everyone who wishes to come is invited, on a first come first served basis, but you will need to book your free tickets through the Cathedral Office.


An evening with Stuart Townend

Performance, Chat, and Worship

November 4th 7.30pm the Apex Bury St. Edmunds

Tickets £15 & £`12 box office 01284 758000


We now have a new copier, this will be used for church communications.

Also if you have any personal coping please come and see Jane on Fridays.

A4 single side black and white copies will be 5p and colour 25p. If you provide photo paper we can also copy your photographs