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Holy Week Services

Holy Week and Easter Services

Monday - Wednesday: 7.30pm Short Evening Service

Thursday: 7.00pm Agape Supper (Octagon) leading into a special service for Maundy Thursday.

Good Friday: 10.00am United Service followed by walk of witness to the Green and back to the Octagon for Hot Cross Buns. Children and young people will have their own ‘Messy Church’ in the Octagon.  2.00pm Hour at the Cross (a quiet meditative service)

Easter Sunday: 8.00am BCP Communion, 10.00am Family Service, 11.00am Short Communion Service, followed by United gathering at the Green to put flowers on the cross.

To note: 10.00am not 10.30am. On Easter Day Family Service will be at 10am.

Also, subsequent week 27 April, Communion Service will be at 10am (due to Vintage Car Rally. Main parade due to pass along Church St sometime between 10.30 and 11.30).

Willingham Church

Welcome to St Mary and All Saints Church in Willingham, Cambridge

We are a Church of England parish church within The Diocese of Ely.

We are made up of people from many different walks of life with varying styles of worship. Our main aims are to love and worship God, grow in our faith and share His love with others in our local community.

We welcome you to join us in worship; we offer both contemporary and traditional services, as well as Sunday School for children and young people. Providing different opportunities for everyone to grow in faith is very important to us.

You can find details of our Sunday Services as well as Sunday School on our Worship & Prayer page. We would love to have the opportunity to meet you.

God Bless you!

A Daily Prayer

Heavenly Father, I pray that I may live this day in your
presence and please you more and more.
Lord Jesus, I pray that this day I may take up my cross and follow you.
Holy Spirit, I pray that this day you will fill me with yourself and cause your fruit to ripen in my life:
Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-Control.
Amen.

(As used by the late John Stott)

Other Resources

Christian Websites

Visit the websites of The Church of England and The Diocese of Ely to help you gain an insight into what's it like being a Christian and how belonging to a Community brings people together.

 

Bible Readings

WordLive provides you with three alternative ways to receive today's bible reading, along with commentary on how it is relevant today.

Visit christianity.org.uk to find out more about Jesus Christ and the Christian faith

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