About our church

A service of Holy Communion takes place at 10.30am every Sunday morning with the exception of the first Sunday in the month when there is a service of Morning Prayer.

You are also most welcome to take part in the service broadcast from Girton at 10am on Sundays.  Click here to see the service via the Girton Parish Church YouTube Channel.

Madingley Parish Church is open for private prayer between (roughly) 9 am and 4 pm every day. 

Thursday’s Service of Morning Prayer remains online and can be joined via Zoom at 9am.  In addition Compline (Night Prayer) will be said at 9pm on Thursdays. To access these services on Zoom you can click on this link a few minutes before the service starts. Alternatively, use these details:  Zoom Meeting ID: 999 6982 5451  Passcode: 476091 

Further information can be found on the ‘Services‘ page.

The 2021 Easter Garden at Madingley Parish Church

Please check this website regularly for updated information.

The Vicar of the Parish of Madingley is the Rev’d Michael Bigg who was  instituted and inducted by the Bishop of Ely on Sunday 13th September 2020.  The two parishes of Madingley and Girton are joined ‘in plurality’ which means that Michael also serves as the rector at St Andrew’s Church in Girton.

The village of Madingley lies four miles due west of Cambridge and is only slightly larger now than it was in the Domesday Book, with about 200 residents. The church lies just within the gates of Madingley Hall, a fine Tudor house with a modern wing behind it set in beautiful grounds, which is part of the University of Cambridge The church is an attractive medieval building founded over nine hundred years ago and which draws its regular congregation from the village and surrounding area, including Cambridge.

Our usual pattern of services includes a weekly Sunday service (Common Worship) of Holy Communion with Morning Prayer on the first Sunday.  Sunday services start at 10.30am. A weekday service of Morning Prayer is said every Thursday at 9am.  Visitors are always welcome.

You will find more detailed information about the church, its people, services, plans for the future, history and ways of contacting us by following the links.

Services

The church is open daily for private prayer between 9 am and 4 pm. Weekly Sunday services of Holy Communion are held at 10.30am but with Morning Prayer on the first Sunday of the month.  There is a weekday service of Morning Prayer on Thursdays at 9am. Please go to the ‘Services’ page for further information.

Safeguarding

The designated Safeguarding Officer for Madingley Parish Church is Dr Sara Day who can be contacted by emailing safeguarding@madingleychurch.org.

In the event of not being able to contact Sara, please go direct to the Ely Diocesan Safeguarding Team via the contacts at www.elydiocese.org/safeguarding.

In the event of an emergency, contact the emergency services on 999.

Our Safeguarding Policy can be found at www.madingleychurch.org/information/ or on the church noticeboard.

News

  • The Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust Ride and Stride 2021 took place on Saturday 11th September.  Half of the money raised will go to the Trust […]

  • Harvest Festival 2021

    14th September 2021 0

    Sunday, 26th September – a HARVEST CELEBRATION with Holy Communion led by Rev’d Michael Bigg. Please note that the cash collection taken will be given […]

  • PUBLIC NOTICE

    19th August 2021 0

    The PCC has applied for permission to carry out a drainage scheme and investigation of the chancel floor.  If you would like to find out […]

Sermons

  • Rules vs Heart

    29th August 2021 0

    29th August 2021 James 1:17—end Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 “Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin.” I wonder how many people here today remember listening […]

  • Blessed Virgin Mary

    15th August 2021 0

    Blessed Virgin Mary               15th August ’21                Madingley Galatians 4:4-7                                                       Luke 1: 46-55 You have heard me say numerous times that Trinity Sunday is the one day in the […]

  • There are so many strands to the events which led up to the crucifixion of Jesus, all containing characters who clearly thought they were in […]