Worship and Prayer
We are delighted to say church services have now restarted, but not every church, every week - yet.
See below for more details.
There will be one service in one of our churches each Sunday, as follows:
6 September: St. Mary's, Over. Holy Communion at 9.30 am; All Saints, Longstanton. Morning Prayer led by Lucy Cleland at 9.30 am & St. Andrew's. Swavesey. Holy Communion at 11 am
13 September: St. Andrew's, Swavesey. Morning Prayer at 11 am & St. Mary and All Saints, Willingham. Holy Communion at 11 am.
Please be aware that due to there sometimes being 3 services on a Sunday, it will vary during the month as to which Sunday in the month services are in any given church. Please keep a careful eye on the notice sheet for services times.
You would be welcome to join us if you live in the village that is holding a service. Otherwise please do join our online services.
Please note that government social distancing guidelines are still in place and no singing is allowed in any building, including in our churches.
On line Worship will continue
Our on line recorded services will continue as before on the Resources Page. That page also contains links to download the service sheet so you can join in from home.
Pathfinder Church, Northstowe
(normally meeting in The Pathfinder CofE Primary School)
Every weeknight evening at 6.30pm Beth is currently experimenting with different styles of online Evening Prayer, with (remote) contributions from others in the church family. These are live streamed on the Pathfinder Church facebook page, and afterwards posted to the YouTube Channel. The most recent edition is available here:
Also, every evening at 9.45pm (or just before you go to bed) you are invited to join us in praying Night Prayer from the Church of England website. (no live stream)
Supporting the vulnerable
As church communtiites, we are working with other agencies and volunteers to support those around us. If you need help, or if you want to volunteer, do get in touch and we can direct you to the relevant groups in your village.