Dryden Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 6QF

Recorded services can be viewed on the Ipswich and East United Reformed Churches YouTube channel by clicking here.

Live streamed Sunday Worship can be viewed by clicking here.


Castle Hill URC along with St John's URC, Felixstowe URC, Saxmundham URC and Leiston United Church are now being served by two Ministers, Revd David Rees and Revd Adam Earle, in a shared Team Ministry.
Adam was ordained and inducted on Sunday 24 July 2022 and will now be seeking to find his way around both the Pastorate and the wider area of Suffolk.
It will however be many months before the full benefits of this Team Ministry can be fully realised as Revd David Rees will be on his much delayed sabbatical for three months during September to December.
Contact details for both Ministers can be found on the 'Contacts' tab of this website.
Details of Services at Castle Hill URC for the current month can be found on the 'Services' tab.

Castle Hill United Reformed Church, Ipswich is a modern, lively church located in the centre of Castle Hill, Henley Rise and on the doorstep of Whitton. The church was established in 1957 and its unique "tent-like" design and concrete construction is classified as Grade 2 listed.

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Castle Hill Church is part of the United Reformed Church. It is an active church with room for up to 150 people to attend the regular Sunday family worship, as well as a Sunday Club for children.

The church is part of the Ipswich and East Pastorate comprising Castle Hill, St John's, Felixstowe and Saxmundham United Reformed Churches plus Leiston United Church and has an active twinship with a church in Mussbach, Germany that results in annual exchange visits for family and youth groups.

Please take time to browse our website and if you would like to visit us for one of our services you can be assured of a warm welcome. There are no strangers at Castle Hill URC - only friends.

Family Worship is held every Sunday at 10.30 am. Please see the Services page for full details.

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