From the Rector
As you are probably already aware, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have suspended all services of public worship until further notice. This is very sad news for us all, but the fight against coronavirus demands drastic measures if health and lives are to be saved. As your parish priest I will continue to offer prayers on behalf of us all.
I also encourage you to say prayers at home; there are resources on the Church of England website, including material especially prepared for use during the present crisis.
We are all encouraged to practice social distancing as much as possible, which means we may not actually meet for some time, but please try to keep in touch with one another by telephone or online means and please pass this message on to any members of our church who do not have computer access by reading it to them on the telephone, or alert me and I will call them.
I look forward to the time when we all meet again in the worship of Almighty God and in the meantime be assured that you are in my prayers and that I shall bless you all regularly from the church.
Yours in Christ
Thanks to our supporters, benefactors and helpers, the church has acquired, among many new features, an assembly room and a magnificent historic organ, on which visiting international organists have performed. Our work continues. Our thanks go to all those whose support and generosity have enabled our church to flourish. On their behalf we would like to invite you all to visit Eye and its magnificent church… and to stay awhile to sample its worship, music and its welcome.
Services & Events
March 17 - 2020
Owing to the coronavirus pandemic the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have suspended all public worship until further notice.
The Ascension of the Lord
TO AID YOUR DEVOTIONS
THE CHURCH SHOP IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS
It is not such a rare thing these days to find a shop inside a Church building, but it probably was quite a radical move when Eye Church Shop was first opened over 25 years ago. The shop has always opened using volunteer help – and the passion to keep it open has waxed and waned over the years.