We're captivated by the story of Jesus, and responding to him. We're a family-oriented church and you would be so welcome to join us. Please check below for times of Sunday worship and other activities.



What's On

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Family Worship - this meeting is our more traditional Salvation Army service with our senior band and songsters (choir) both aiding our worship alongside active participation from our children's groups. These meetings are designed to be family friendly and appropriate for all ages and open levels of faith.

We offer age appropriate fun and teaching for children and youth on Sunday mornings. Everyone starts together in our main meeting and then children and youth move to age appropriate times with their leaders.



'Open Air' meeting at the triangle by Tesco led by our senior band. All are welcome.


5:30PM  - 1st and 3rd Sunday's

Our evening meeting follows a mixture of formats such as prayer and testimony services. These services tend to be more spirit led and are more informal in style.

If the month has a 5th Sunday, we meet for 'Cafe Church' at 5:30 pm and these times are relaxed worship and fellowship together. They will often include a guest speaker.



For more information on our community centre please call the office, or visit the following site for more information and up to date times for activities.



Oasis Cafe

Oasis Cafe provides drinks and snacks and is open Tuesday to Friday 10am - 3pm (Wed 10am - 1pm).

We serve freshly ground coffee, tea, soft drinks, cakes, afternoon tea, scones, snacks, and light lunches. Affordable prices and plenty of room for buggies and pushchairs. Our cafe is run by a team of volunteers from across our church and community.

If you would like more information or would like to volunteer please call the office and ask for Hilary our Cafe Manager.

Photo Archive

We have a huge photo archive with pictures of Felixstowe Salvation Army from 1940 to the current time. These can be accessed at

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

John Ellitson

Corps Sergeant Major