In the light of a recommendation from URC Moderators, the Minister and Elders decided that there will be no worship at Felixstowe URC for the foreseeable future but are now looking at what might be done in April.

The following services are being held over the Easter period, both online and live worship.

Maundy Meditation including Communion

Led by Rev David Rees

Thursday 1st April 7pm

Via Zoom -  ID 269 979 6012


Good Friday - Moments of the Cross

Led by Rev Ernie Bosse

Friday 2nd April – (available from Thursday evening, for those who cant access the Zoom Thursday service)

Via YouTube Channel and church websites


Easter Sunday

4th April – Available from 6am

Online (including Communion) – via YouTube or Church Websites

Led by Adam Woodhouse (Communion by Rev Ernie Bosse)


Worship live from Castle Hill

Led by Rev David Rees

10:30 (Zoom open from 10:10 for conversation)

Via Zoom – ID 889 953 6542 

(NB no Communion)


For information, the churches that have in person worship (no Communion) on Easter Sunday are

Castle Hill 10:30– Led by Rev David Rees

Leiston 10:30  – Led by David Sillet

We also have a weekly service
on line via this Youtube link.  

The service is also available on the telephone. The number (01473)938542 is a complete soundtrack from the video services. This may be over 30 mins for a Communion Service. (01473)938503 has the hymns and music edited out.

In addition, Adam Woodhouse conducts Zoom services at 10.30 am on Sunday mornings Meeting ID: 269 979 6012. Also available on the phone.

Churches Together Felixstowe

 also has information on what is happening in churches in Felixstowe.

For those of you who do not have internet access the BBC continues to provide worship resources:

BBC Radio 4 LW Daily Service at 09.45

BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship 08.10

BBC Radio Scotland 92-95 FM and 810MW New Every Sunday at 07.30

BBC One (TV)  Songs of Praise 13.15

BBC ONE Scotland  Reflections at the Quay 10.30

Churches Together in Felixstowe

Normally we  welcome all who enter our doors for worship either as visitors or regular worshippers 
or to take part in our other activities. We also normally welcome visitors who wish to explore the architectural detail of our interesting building.  

Please see the About Us page for information about our church and normal worship and use the Contact Us page if you have any queries, any problems with this site  or wish to tell us something.