Easter Sunday At The Forge


Join us for a this Easter Sunday at The Forge Community Church! Join us at either 9am or 11am for a service that features an inspiring message of hope, uplifting music, and baptism (What is baptism? More information here).

Want to bring friends and family along? Perfect! We cater for every age group with our full Youth and kids program, ensuring an engaging and meaningful Easter celebration for the whole family. From interactive activities to age-appropriate teachings, children and teens will discover the beauty of Easter in a way that resonates with them.

Come and be part of a welcoming atmosphere where faith is ignited, relationships are nurtured, and hope is reignited. Together, let’s embrace the promise of Easter and let’s discover ‘Hope Again’!

We have ticketed this event to help us prepare, if you reserve a kids’ ticket, please follow the link in the confirmation email. We pride ourselves on making our kids’ environments as fun and as safe as possible, so we need a bit more information from you!

If you have any questions talk to our team…

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On Good Friday from 7am till 7pm we will be hosting a prayer space at High Suffolk Childrens Center (Next to the community Center). This is a time to reflect around the events of easter. Book your slot on your own or as a group.

7am-7pm, High Suffolk Childrens Center. Friday 29th March.


Join us for fun, crafts, games, and of course an Easter Egg hunt, as we take a look at what Easter is all about.

For school Years R – 6.

2-3pm, Debenham Community Centre. Friday 29th March.


On Good Friday we gather as a church to reflect, worship and share communion with one another.

This event is open to all and there is no need to pre book or register. Light resfreshments are also provided.

7:30pm Debenham Community Center. Friday 29th March.

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