St Andrew's Girton

Putting the community at the heart of the church


Our Services

and the current edition of 'Pews News'


Pews News

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Current Pews News
Here is our regular pattern of services (scroll further down for special services, such as weddings):



1st Sunday  of the month:


10 am Holy Communion using contemporary language from Common Worship (CW)



7pm Meditative worship with Taizé chants, candles and silence



2nd Sunday of the month:


8am Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer (BCP)


10am All Age Service Family friendly 


6pm Evensong (BCP)



 3rd Sunday of the month:


8am Holy Communion (BCP)


10am Holy Communion (CW)


6pm Evensong (BCP)



 4th Sunday of the month:


8am Holy Communion (BCP)


10am Morning Prayer (CW)


6pm There are no evening services on the 4th and 5th Sundays of the month, with the exception of occasional services of Prayer for Healing (Iona) and other special events.



 5th Sunday of the month:


8am Holy Communion (BCP)


10am Holy Communion (but depending on the month it could be another form of service, e.g. an All Age service for Harvest)


Our churchyard




Occasional Offices

St. Andrew’s operates an open baptism policy. Baptisms are arranged with the Rector. However, if you do not live in Girton permission must be sought from the priest in your home parish. Generally it is better to have a baptism in the church where you live because you will be able to make links with that church and attend some of its services.


Marriages are arranged in consultation with the Rector. If you are not resident in Girton, and if you do not have a qualifying connection to the parish, there is a requirement to go onto our electoral roll for 6 months prior to the date of the wedding and to attend church services at least twice a month during that period.


By arrangement with the Rector.


To qualify for burial in the churchyard the deceased must have been a resident of Girton or a church member of St. Andrew’s. Our current policy is not to reserve grave space on request.


Please note that we discourage artificial flowers and grave ornaments in the churchyard as we are required to conform to regulations governing churchyards in the Ely Diocese. We also want to retain a natural, organic feel to the surroundings.  A churchyard is different in character and ethos to a civic cemetery.



There is a Holy Communion service at Gretton Court on the last Thursday of the month at 11am, and also a discussion group there on the first Monday of the month at 3pm.



  • Parish Office and Rectory
  • 42 Church Lane
  • Girton
  • Cambridgeshire
  • CB3 0JP

01223 276235
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