Every Sunday our church family meets morning and evening for worship.
Our conviction is that God has set apart the whole day of Jesus' resurrection for his worship and for the renewing and refreshing of believers. This conviction is rooted in the enduring significance of the fourth commandment for the life and health of the church. Our worship services are reverent, joyful and God-centred. As a church we encourage children to be present throughout our services, though we happily leave the operating of this to the wisdom of parents. Once a month we share lunch together after the morning service.
Our morning worship service is at Queen Emma Primary School, Gunhild Way, Cambridge CB1 8QY. Please see the map below or click here for Google directions. There is ample car and cycle parking at the school.
- The Citi 1 bus service (alight Strangeways Road) and the Citi 3 bus service(alight Glenmere Close and use passage opposite Cherry Hinton Hall) run from the city centre to near the school every half an hour.
- Cycling from the city centre takes approximately 20 minutes via Regent St, Hills Rd and Cherry Hinton Rd. Walking takes about an hour.
- Driving from the M11, take exit 11 and follow signs to Cambridge, then right along Long Road/Queen Edith’s Way.
- Driving from the A14, take exit 35 and follow signs to Cambridge, then left along A1134 after airport.
Our evening worship service is at Resurrection Lutheran Church, Huntingdon Road. The church can be accessed from the front, through iron gates, and is located at the back of the grounds. It can also be accessed from Westfield Lane. There is some limited parking within the grounds, and also in the small layby on Huntingdon Road or on the small side roads around the church. There is cycle parking on the site to the right as you enter from Huntingdon Road. The church is an easy walk from the city centre.
10.30AM – MORNING WORSHIP
Queen Emma Primary School, Gunhild Way, Cambridge CB1 8QY
6.00PM – EVENING WORSHIP
Resurrection Lutheran Church, 30 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, CB3 0HH