Parish of Exning with Landwade
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(Photo: Roger Stubbs)

St Philip & St Etheldreda, Newmarket was formerly the Chapel of Newmarket Hospital although originally it was a workhouse chapel. It is the only workhouse chapel in Suffolk that is still in use as an Anglican church,.

History of the Church

Further information

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But a Church is not the building, it's the people and here's what people say "P&E" means to them:

. "a peaceful, intimate building for worship"

. " a warm, friendly place to worship & socialize"

. "intimacy, relaxed, friendly"

 "a place of safety where I can relax with God & my 'Family'


Songs of Praise is held  every month on the 1st Monday

We have regular worship at 9.30 a.m. every Sunday morning, with music led on either:

..... ..... either on the organ by David Pugh .............

........or a small music group.

Christmas 2009

(Then) Curate Joyce with husband Ben as a visual aid at a "Eucharist for All"


St Philip w St Etheldreda is in regular use through the week:

(The Gardening Club have now asked to use the Chapel for their meetings. )

  • 1st Monday afternoon – Songs of Praise
  • 2nd Monday evening – Healing & Wholeness Service
  • 3rd Monday afternoon – U3A
  • 2nd Wednesday evening – Women’s Institute
  • 4th Wednesday evening – Gardening Club (Note – from December 2009 will be on 3rd Wednesday)

We hope this will be helpful if you are planning any event....but.....  PLEASE don’t assume it will be free when you want to use it, but check first  – BEFORE you arrange anything. Contact:             

The journey through Holy Week -- Palm Sunday 2008


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