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Thousands of copies of the printed 'EG' magazine have been distributed to the community, to churches, charities, doctors & dentist waiting rooms, police & fire stations, County and Borough councils and agencies across Ipswich and Suffolk.  

EG Mag Hope Into Action pagesThe second edition has a particular emphasis on 'homelessness' issues, in preparation for January 24th, 'Homeless Sunday'.  Its still available in print should you want to obtain free copies for your church or organisation please email us at: info@heart4ipswich.co.uk   or call and leave a voicemail on:  07593 877 232

The aim of the magazine, published by Heart for Ipswich, is to encourage and inspire by highlighting all the great things that are happening in and around Ipswich.  
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What people are saying:

 

"Modern style."
"Accessible and readable."
"Informative."
"Able to give it to my non-Christian friends."
"Someone I know who has a local shop says she will be giving them out to customers."

"This is really brilliant!"

"Thanks to all the H4I team and all those involved with the various dimensions of loving and united work featured here. Praise God!"

 

To view the online editions of the EG magazines click on the image of the edition below:

 

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1st Edition

 
Features in our first magazine include a local community coming together to ‘clean up’ their estate, the launch of a new initiative aimed at tackling the issue of debt in our town, and the now established winter night shelter being overwhelmed with dedicated volunteers. Read on to hear of storytellers going into schools, to discover how a budding journalist chose to highlight a charity for women, and why a bishop was seen visiting a car boot sale on a Sunday! Find out how the Ipswich night life has been dramatically transformed, and why teams of people volunteer to care for festival goers - even when it’s muddy!

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2nd Edition


Features in this edition of the magazine include how Ipswich came top in a UK poll for volunteering  Find out how the Ipswich Foodbank is coping with constantly increasing demands.  Learn about a very successful and ambitious scheme to rehouse vulnerable people in Woodbridge and in Ipswich.
 




To submit stories for the next EG magazine or for this website please email us on: stories@heart4ipswich.co.uk

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Heart 4 Ipswich, 21/01/2016
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Centenary mass marks start of sainthood campaign
A Memorial Requiem Mass to celebrate the life of Suffolk humanitarian and philanthropist Leonard Cheshire is to be held on September 7, the centenary of his birth, in his home village of Cavendish. More ...
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Festival Pastors are in the pink at Latitude
Armed with a tent peg mallet, Love Hearts, chocolate bars, saline wipes and bottles of water, the popular Latitude Festival Pastors helped spread peace and love across the sprawling canvas city in the fields of Henham Park in Suffolk. More ...
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Appeal for Latitude Festival Pastors prayer support
Town Pastors from 11 projects across Suffolk and Norfolk will be helping to ensure the safety of the 35,000 people attending the Latitude music and arts festival in Suffolk in mid July. More ...
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Town Pastors appeal for Latitude festival artist
An appeal has been put out for a budding artist to take part in a live painting project in the Town Pastors cafe at the well-known Latitude music festival in Suffolk in mid July. More ...
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FAMILY FIRST The new name for Ipswich4Family 
Ipswich4family name has now changed to Family First with immediate effect . More ...
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Charismatic Catholics all set to celebrate in Suffolk
The Catholic charismatic weekend Celebrate East Anglia takes place in Bury St Edmunds on June 3 and 4 with a well-known line-up of speakers. More ...
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Felixstowe clergyman to stand in General Election
A Felixstowe clergyman has today declared he is standing as an independent candidate in the General Election for the Suffolk Coastal constituency – one of the first clergy to do so since the law was changed in 2001 More ...
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YMCA Suffolk’s CYPS Houses project reaches finals of prestigious national youth awards ceremony
A YMCA Suffolk accommodation project has reached the finals of a prestigious national youth awards ceremony, due to be hosted by TV presenter June Sarpong MBE. More ...
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Pope Francis vigil is climax to World Youth Day for East Anglian pilgrims
An 80-strong pilgrim group from the Diocese of East Anglia has returned to the UK after joining two million other young Catholics, and Pope Francis, at World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland.   More ...
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New priests and deacons to serve communities across Suffolk
Worshippers are delighted that 15 new priests and deacons, including two in their 20s and others bringing a wealth of experience, are taking up roles serving communities right across Suffolk. More ...
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New project dealing with Domestic Abuse to be launched this September
In recent times we have often followed news and stories about abuse. They have appalled and shocked us. As many as one in three women and one in five men have been abused at some time and the sad truth is that studies have shown More ...
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Bishop Martin's comments in light of the EU Vote
The Rt Revd Martin Seeley, Bishop of the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocese, said: "A clear decision has been made, and now is a time for wisdom and vision as the Government and Parliament steer the course ahead through uncharted and choppy waters. More ...
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