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Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK

Baptist Union of Great Britain

Welcome to W Q C

Woodbridge Quay Church was formed when Quay United Reformed Church merged with Beaumont Baptist Church. We are members of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, and the Evangelical Alliance.
Registered Charity No. 1135458.

Sunday Services

We meet for contemporary worship every Sunday morning at 10:30am. You can learn about what to expect at our services and see a list of sermon titles on our Services page.


Read Quay Notes our weekly newsheet in PDF format.

Did you miss the service one Sunday? Listen to the recorded sermons.

News from BMS


Our Minister

Our minister is The Rev. Mark Hardingham BD(Hons). Mark is married to Janet and they have two children, Chaz and Katie. Mark trained at Spurgeon's College, London. Prior to that he worked for one of the UK's leading banks. Mark has been our minister since 2005.

Our Minister in Training

Our Minister in Training is Mark Ulanowski. He is married to Rosie and they have a daughter Lucia. Mark is training at Spurgeon's College, London while he is with us. Both Mark and Rosie were Specialist Teaching Assistants working with children with autism. Before that Mark was a Youth Worker.


Latest News

Church Open Day

The Suffolk Historic Churches Bike ride takes place on Saturday 13th September. This is also Heritage Open Day and our building will be open to anyone who would like to look round from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Hot and cold drinks will also be available.

We will be welcoming cyclists and walkers who are raising money for the Suffolk Historic Churches Trust but everyone is welcome to come in.

OARs visit The Hut

Our Active Retirees will be making their next visit to The Hut at Felixstowe on Wednesday 30th July. Book up soon if you want to join them.

Let's Pray

As a church we are praying for one minute at 1:00pm every day.
Click here to read all about it.

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