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"I was glad when they said unto me, we will go into the house of the Lord"

Dear Friends

Welcome to the website of St Peter and St Paul’s Church in the Suffolk town of Eye. Our beautiful and ancient church building was erected to reflect the glory of the triune God and facilitate our worship of him. For the last 150 years or so Eye Church has embraced and upheld the Anglo-catholic tradition of the Church of England in worship, in teaching and in belief and worship. I serve the parish as a priest of “The Society” under the patronage of St Wilfrid and St Hilda, therefore providing ministry and sacraments that can confidently be received by all.

All blessings

The Rev’d Dr Guy Sumpter

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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.

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Services & Events

5
DEC
THE SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
 
10.45am-Sung Mass
12
DEC
THE THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT
 
10.45am-Sung Mass
19
DEC
THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
 
10.45am-Sung Mass
4.00pm-Nine Lessons and Carols (at St Mary's, Bedingfield)
24
DEC
CHRISTMAS EVE
 
11.00pm-Midnight Mass of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ
25
DEC
CHRISTMAS DAY
 
10.45am-Sung Mass
26
DEC
THE FIRST SUNDAY OF CHRISTMAS
 
10.45am-Low Mass (said)

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Church Shop

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.