All our sunday celebrations are both in-person and online.
To join us live online at 10:30am click here
There is no longer any need to book a space to join us in person on a Sunday morning.
Just turn up ready for the 10:30am start on a Sunday morning at 28 Northern Way
We’re delighted to be open for in-person celebrations on a Sunday Morning.
We also have spaces for Family groups to join us in the auditorium.
As long as your children can remain seated with you throughout the Celebration there is no age limit now. Your children must remain with you at all times in the building. The celebration will follow our normal format – welcome, worship, news, offering, relevant teaching from the Bible and Holy Spirit ministry.
- We are excited for the return of singing during our worship times. For the time being we will sing with masks on.
- We ask you to wear masks (unless exempt) whilst moving around the building and singing, but you can remove masks at your seat.
Please do not attend if you’re self-isolating due to having had any Covid-19 symptoms in the past 10 days (high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a change or loss to your sense of taste or smell), or if you’re self-isolating due to contact with someone who has symptoms or has tested positive, or if you’ve been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace.
Every Sunday, we meet up to celebrate all that God has been doing in our lives throughout the week.
With our small groups and other events happening during the week, our Sunday morning celebrations are a chance to celebrate what God has been doing during the week, face ourselves towards Jesus and come together as a family. Plus, we love to take the opportunity to catch up with friends old and new!
28 Northern Way
Bury St Edmunds
28 Northern Way
Bury St Edmunds
Worship is a central part of what we do at West Suffolk Vineyard Church, and it happens at most things we do.
We purposefully devote time to it during our Sunday morning celebrations and spend 30 minutes in worship at the beginning of our morning celebrations, led by a band.
Above all else, worship is a declaration of love for Jesus, celebrating what he has done and is doing for us.
It’s also a time to meet and speak with God personally. We use contemporary music to lead us into worship, but the focus is on Jesus – we celebrate who he is and what he has done, and he chooses to meet with and speak to us when we do this.
After worship we have a talk from the Bible, often as part of a series, lasting about 30 minutes.
We aim to make our talks as accessible and understandable as possible for those new to faith. We want to keep God’s message of love simple and powerful.
If you want to listen to or catch up on any of our talks, they can all be found on this website. You can also sign up to our talks as podcasts on iTunes and Android devices. Click the button below to see our most recent talks.
Holy Spirit Ministry
Whether you need to be encouraged and equipped, physically healed or spiritually renewed, we want to invite the presence of the Holy Spirit and bring God in on our lives.
During Sunday mornings, ministry time happens after the talk, available for anyone wanting prayer. We also make ministry a priority during our Kinship small groups, so people have the opportunity for ministry in a smaller, more comfortable setting.
The power and presence of God in the form of his Holy Spirit is a central part of our DNA as a Vineyard Church. When we give time and space for the Holy Spirit to move, he will meet with us personally and intimately, bringing love and freedom into our lives.
Kids and Youth
We love being a family Church and our kids groups are open from 10:20am during our Sunday morning celebration for you to drop off your children, knowing they can learn about Jesus and have tons of fun in a completely safe environment.
Our groups are available for children aged 0 – 11, and our Sunday youth groups are open for those aged 11 – 18. Click below to find out more.