The Right Revd Martin Seeley, the Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, is delighted to announce that The Revd Gary Best has been appointed as Priest in Charge of the Mid Loes benefice.  Gary is currently Vicar of the Parish Church of St Mary, Shortlands in the Diocese of Rochester.   Garys licensing service will be on Wednesday 18th May at St Mary's Dallinghoo (7.30pm).   

 

The Bishop has asked me to pass on his thanks to all those involved in the process of Gary’s appointment, and he assures you of his prayers.  Please pray for Gary as he prepares for his move.

 

Updated 24th April 2022



The Mid Loes Benefice comprises eight parishes situated a couple of miles south-west of Framlingham in Suffolk. Their populations vary between about fifty and just over four hundred. The 2001 census gave a total population of 1672.

 WORSHIP

All the churches are of central churchmanship, and the worship embraces Holy Communion, Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Family Services, all using both traditional and modern rites. There are occasional special services for Harvest, Rogation, Patronal Festivals, and others such as Songs of Praise, and Commemoration Services.

 

 BENEFICE COMMUNION

On the first Sunday in the month people from all the churches gather for a Benefice Communion. This service rotates round all the churches in the benefice and is always well supported.

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