Our Aim Each week we gather together with the aim of being renewed and refreshed by God's Spirit, and by the community, ready for the week ahead. We hope to encounter God through music, through prayer, through the scriptures, and through receiving Holy Communion.
What to Expect We use a service sheet which will navigate you through. We sing together - ancient hymns and modern tunes. We pray together - using beautiful words crafted and refined over the centuries. We hear stories from the bible and a short talk. And most weeks we share in bread and wine together. The type of service varies a little each week, but the pattern remains roughly the same. The service usually finishes about 10.30am and everyone is invited to stay for tea and cofee.
There is carpeted creche area and a table for older children to do activities at. Some weeks the children go out to the purpose built 'barn'.
The 8am Service Some people prefer a quiet formal and traditional service. This service happens on 2nd and 4th Sundays. It is all said, and uses the Book of Common Prayer from 1662. Every service includes Holy Communion. It is all spoken. Is lasts about half an hour. The ancient language is wonderfully poetic, and for some, is their favourite way of meeting with God.
Team Services On5th Sundays we meet together at another church as part of a wider group of Christians. And once a year we gather we Christians from across the area at a big service at Comberton Leisure Centre.
On Zoom every Wednesday at 8pm. Join the mailing for the link. The service sheet is available here.
Tuesday Morning Prayer
A group also gathers on Zoom every Tuesday at 9.30am to pray together. We use a Church of England form of Morning Prayer, read the scriptures together, and pray for the needs of the community. Everyone is welcome.
We have a wonderful singing group that helps lead our music at church, and sings during communion. They help us as we seek to encounter God through song. They meet at church once a month after the morning service to have fun singing and rehearsing together.