The life of our church
Art Exhibition 2022
Queen's Accession AnniversaryThe 6th February this year was the 70th anniversary of our Queen's Accession in 1952. To mark the occasion a group of volunteers rang the church bells for 70 minutes. Local ITV News reported the event by interviewing Dr. Douglas de Lacey who had the original idea. He started the bells chiming first of all with "The Nine Tailors", to remember the death of King George the Sixth, then rang his own sequences. Others followed either by improvising or attempting a prepared sequence of chimes. Each ringer rang for approximately 5 minutes and then Douglas closed the ringing an hour and ten minutes after he started it.
Harvest Festival 2021 Decorations
Ascension Day Service 2021
Click here to see the rocket launched.
Christmas Morning 2018
Nativity Service 2018
Hallowe'en Light Station at St Andrew's
Harvest Festival 2018
Easter Sunday 2018
Making Easter Gardens 2018
We are a part of Ely Diocese and recently received this letter from Bishop Stephen, about Bishop David:
Ordination of our new curate Diana
After the Ascension Service, we sent up an appropriately named rocket: 'The King'.
Abbeyfield 'Songs of Praise' 2017
Getting ready for the Action Abroad lunch at the Rectory in March 2017 (there are lots of people photos in the members' area, too)
A Christmas Welcome 2016
Harvest Supper 2016
Palm Sunday 2016 with Bishop David
Our lovely new altar frontals, dedicated on Palm Sunday
Girton's Labyrinth 2015
Pilgrimage to Iona 2015
Visit by the Moss Kammerkor from Norway
Churches Together Good Friday Walk of Witness and Passion Play
Christmas Carols by Candlelight
Around the War Memorial A Personal Remembrance
Poppies laid on our Altar The War Memorial at Sunset
Each candle is a memory of a loved one, at our All Souls' service.
We joined with the Baptist Church and created Light Places around the Village to greet children out trick or treating. Sweets were supplied in large numbers!
See the building of a candlelit labyrinth on Girton's Recreation Ground on the Girton Town Charity's Passing Through and Settling Project website.
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