Our Benefice recently joined with the Benefice of Coggeshall with Markshall and has now settled into a regular pattern of worship.

Services are held at All Saints, Cressing and Holy Trinity, Bradwell on the first and third Sundays of each month.

On the second and fourth Sundays services are held at St Barnabas, Tye Green and All Saints, Stisted.

Whenever there is a fifth Sunday in a month then the venue rotates between these churches.

Please do take the time to review 'Our Services' (see left) and take note of any changes to times and venues shown in the calendar.

Coggeshall offers services every Sunday at Coggeshall St Peter ad Vincula, 8am and 10,30 am;  there is also a service at 9am on the first Sunday of the month at St Nicholas church.

MILITARY AND VINTAGE SHOW
CRESSING TEMPLE BARNS, ESSEX

12th & 13th May 2018

This year raising money to renovate Cressing War Memorial which is in the churchyard of All Saints Cressing.

Monday 26th February 2018 6.00 p.m.

All Saints Church, Cressing

ORGAN RECITAL

By Mr Anthony Dunn in Aid of Mercy Ships (www.mercyships.org.uk)
Entrance is free.

Works will include
J S Bach, D Buxtehude, F Couperin,
C Franck, C Saint-Saëns,
G Verdi and L Vierne.

Sponsored by The Rotary Club of Braintree and Bocking

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Thank You. For all your support and donations. This morning Cressing Chuches Together raised £262 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

Congratulations to Revd Tracey Harvey on her priesting at St Mary’s Dunmow on 2nd July
Our prayers and thoughts are with her as she begins her new ministry amongst us.

Just to let everyone know that there is some work going on in the churchyard for the next week or so.

We are restoring the path from the gate to the church porch, and at the same time, the Parish Council is installing a pump in the pond, which will allow them to keep the water level stable, so preventing any future flooding of graves.   There will be a narrow hand-dug trench carrying a small pipe going from the pond to the ditch at the bottom of the slope, to allow water to be pumped safely away.

There will be some machinery in the churchyard for the next 10-12 days, and the contractor will be working around the path and pond.  Please be understanding of their need to access parts of the churchyard and pond area while this essential work takes place.