We are here to worship God,
to nurture believers in Jesus Christ
and to serve the community.
St Andrew's Church, Kettleburgh stands at the end of Church Road, with farmland on one side and Church Farm and Church Cottages close by.
SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY 2020
Friday Prayers in February at 4pm - at Campsea Ashe
Midweek Communion/Morning Prayer at Hacheston at 10am every Wednesday
Our next Benefice service is on 1st March at 10am at Easton.
On Ash Wednesday - 26th February - there will be a Deanery Service at 7pm at Sweffling
News from St Andrew's
The first phase of our reordering project is complete. We now have a completely level access from the south porch into the nave, a flexible space around the font and a gentle slope leading towards the east end of the church. We have some new oak furniture - a storage cupboard for cleaning and flower arranging materials, and a table-height cupboard for hymn and service books.
An archaeological survey was completed as part of this work. Follow this link to read a copy.
The second phase will be to add some new doors to the south porch and to repair and open the north door opposite our main entrance.
The third part of this project is to provide toilet and storage facilities accessible from the north door.
If you would like to contribute financially to any aspect of the work which will improve access and amenity in this ancient building, please get in touch with John Bater at Church Farm. Cheques should be made payable to ‘Kettleburgh PCC’ with an accompanying note to the effect that the donation is specifically for the Fabric Fund. Any taxpayer can gift aid the donation and we can then claim the tax back on it.
If you have any concerns with safeguarding, here are some contact details:
Our Benefice Safeguarding Officer, Pam Bennett-King
NSPCC: 0808 800 5000
• Childline: 0800 1111
• Stop It Now: 0808 1000 900
• NAPAC: 0808 801 0331
• Samaritans: 116 123
• Family Lives: 0808 800 2222
• National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247
• Action On Elder Abuse: 080 8808 8141