Welcome to our St Mary’s Church website. We are a friendly Anglican church in Hardwick, a village about five miles north west of Cambridge. We are in the Diocese of Ely and part of the Lordsbridge team, a group of thirteen churches within the Bourn Deanery. Everyone is welcome to our services, and we have a crèche area at the back of the church for little ones. Our Sunday Services with Holy Communion are at 9:30am every Sunday, apart from the second Sunday of the month when we have an All Age service. Sunday Club takes place every Sunday except when we have an All Age service.

Wedding 2014
Yr 1/2 wedding
Year 1 and 2 have been learning about Celebrations.  So they came to church to celebrate a pretend wedding this week.  Everyone had a role from photographer and bell-ringers to the traditional bridal party and guests.  The ‘bride’ and her Read More
Lordsbridge Life – April/May edition now available

The new Lordsbridge Life is out – Lordsbridge Team prayer; new Team Vicar Rebecca Gilbert announced; update on Youth Work; the next Sacred Space evening; and special Holy Week and Easter services for the team.  Download a copy here – Lordsbridge Life … Continue reading

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News of Mission projects across the diocese

This note is from Peter Wood, Director of Mission: encouragement and interesting ideas God’s love is for sharing! It has been great to learn of the different ways that churches across the diocese are engaging their communities with the gospel. … Continue reading

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Many Voices One Song
‘Many voices, one song’
It was standing room only on 24 November 2013, when around 350 adults, young people and children from all kinds and flavours of churches across the area met to pray, sing and reflect in Comberton: many voices with one song. Read More
Stats for vicars

For the clerical equivalent of train-spotters among us… “Ministry Statistics for 2012 have been published by the Research and Statistics Division of the Archbishops’ Council. They show a change in patterns of ministry over the past 10 years with numbers … Continue reading

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