Welcome to Grantchester Parish Church.

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A traditional and welcoming church in a rural setting on the edge of a phenomenal city

About the Church

St Andrew and St Mary is the parish church of Grantchester. We are part of Cambridge South Deanery, in the Diocese of Ely.

The congregation welcomes people coming from a wide range of denominations and traditions.

Parish Priest

We have been in a vacancy since the end of May 2014.

It has today (20th November 2016) been announced that the Rev Rachel Rosborough
(currently Rector, Bourton on the Water with Clapton & the Rissingtons) will be the new Priest in Charge of Grantchester and Newnham.  She will be licensed on the 6th July.

Rachel writes “I am delighted to have been appointed as priest in charge of Newnham and Grantchester and I am, along with my family, very much looking forward to moving to Cambridge in the summer.  I hope you all understand why there will be rather a long period of time before we can move, but our daughter is doing GCSEs next Spring.  We look forward to getting to know you all in due course and living and ministering in the two parishes.  Do pray for us over the next few months and be assured we are praying for you. ”

The Revd. Marguerite Roberts, the non-stipendiary assistant priest at Newnham, has been supporting Grantchester during this period, presiding at most of our services, providing pastoral care in the parish, and attending PCC meetings. Marguerite is willing to be on call for anyone who needs help, whether it be to talk over arrangements for a wedding, help with a funeral, visits to someone who is ill or in hospital, to rejoice over a new baby, or any other pastoral matters. Her phone number is 01223 359167 .

 

Church Building

The oldest part of the church – the chancel – dates from the 14th century, the nave and tower are 15th century, whilst the south aisle was added in the 1870s. The font is believed to be Norman, and the 17th century pulpit probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi College.

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