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Welcome to Visitors
You are very welcome to join us at Trumpington Church. We are a friendly community of all ages and hope you will feel welcome at our Sunday and weekday services and other events for adults and children. St. Mary and St. Michael, Trumpington is situated in the historical heart of Trumpington on the outskirts of Cambridge. We are a growing church where everyone is welcome. The message of God's love that Jesus brought is life-giving and transforming. We aim to share that love through our life together. We would love you to come and visit us in person and we look forward to meeting and getting to know you.
Welcome David - Our new Curate.
Trumpington Church is now open between 9 am-4 pm seven days a week.
You can enter through the door under the tower.
Children are especially welcome, whether for events just for them, or to services in general. We hope they enjoy taking part and feel at home in the church building. When activities are not provided for them, there is a children's corner for little ones who need more space.
There is an accessible toilet with baby-changing facilities in the Bakehouse, the refurbished building next to the church.
A hearing loop is installed. There is disabled access both to the church and the Bakehouse.
Parking is available around the church, or is provided on Sundays on land opposite the church, as signposted.
Please have a look round our site to find out more about us, or feel free to contact us!
We look forward to meeting you.
Map and directions can be found here...
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Sunday 25th February
- Second Sunday of Lent
|10.00am||Holy Communion and Junior Church|
Wednesday 28th February
10.30am Holy Communion
Sunday 4th March
- Third Sunday of Lent
No service due to road closures for the Cambridge Half Marathon, but come and support the runners with breakfast rolls and live music at the front of the church
Wednesday 7th March
10.30am Holy Communion
Become a member
By joining the electoral roll, you become a full member of the church with the ability to vote on important decisions. The electoral roll is meant to reflect the number of people involved in our parrish life so signing up if you are a regular congregation member helps this to be a true representation of our numbers.
Forms are availiable in church or you can download a copy to print yourself here:
Please fill in and sign the form then return it to us in the Bakehouse or to our Electroll roll officer, Janet Hendy.