Next services


Sunday 28th April 2024

9.30 am

Holy Communion


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   Check out all events at the Church on our calendar 


Curates and Churchwardens

Who have been the curates and churchwardens over the centuries. Click here to see the list.

Campsea Ashe Village Voice

A new publication full of interest to local people. Click here.

1921 census

To view the 1921 census summary click here.

Parish Records

Details of transcripts of the Parish Records from 1606 to 1875 are available here.


A defibrillator is now available at the Village Hall and can be accessed in the event of someone having a heart attack. More information is available here.

Our Diocese

Want to know more about what is happening across the Diocese? Click on the image below.

Parish Magazine

A digital copy of the latest magazine, and those for previous months, is available here.




Our Diocese


Our Church is governed and supported by the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. The Church Parochial Church Council (PCC) manages our Church locally and they report to the Diocese which has overall responsibility for the running of the Church. The Diocese appoints our incumbent, advises on the fabric of the Church through the Diocese Advisory Committee (DAC) and generally ensures the Church is functioning properly.

Further information about the Diocese can be found on their website at

The Diocese publishes a weekly newsletter which is circulated via email. Anyone can subscribe to this by clicking here. the latest and past versions of the Newslwetter can also be found via this link.

Diocese organisation

The Diocese covers the whiole of Suffolk and all Parish Churches are governed by it. Bishop Martin Sealey (above) has overall responsibility for the running of the Diocese.

The Diocese itself is divided into two Archdeaconary areas, Sudbury and Suffolk, and Campsea Ashe falls into the Suffolk Archdeaconry. 

The Archdeaconaries are further sub-divided into Deaneries of which our Parish is in the Loes Deanery. 

The next sub-divison is into Benefices and we are in the newly formed Orebeck Benefice, along with the Parishes of Brandeston, Easton, Hacheston, Kettleburgh, Marlesford and Parham. Once each month at least all seven Churches combine for a Benefice service hosted at local Churches on a rotational basis. The Benefice normally has a Priest in Charge appointed, but currently there is no incumbent in place for the Benefice following the retirement of our previous Priest in Charge.

Finally, our Parish of Campsea Ashe is managed by our own PCC. Further information about our PCC can be found here