St. Neots church

We aim to be a welcoming, caring, Christian community that draws on the best from the riches of tradition, and modern liturgical practice, to make the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ live for the people of across St. Neots today.

We host a range of services and events in our church buildings and occasionally at other venues. These include traditional services, recitals, plays and musical performances by groups and choirs. These may be to raise funds for the maintenance of our buildings, for the benefit of other charities or as civic or community occasions.

We also have a wonderful set of ten bells (at St. Neots) which are rung regularly as a call to our services, significant occasions, at peel attempts and at ringing practice and six bells at Eynesbury church.

We have two principal historic church buildings, both of which are dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin. St. Neots church, known as the "cathedral of Huntingdonshire", provides an oasis of peace and calm in a busy town centre. Victorian stained glass and the dignified late-Perpendicular architecture (with woodwork from both periods).

Eynesbury church has similar delights, including a "zoo" of carved wooden animals as pews ends.The Lady Chapel at St. Neots and the Chancel at Eynesbury are the places where the Blessed Sacrament is reserved and can be seen from the Nave.

We aim to be a welcoming, caring, Christian community that draws on the best from the riches of tradition, and modern liturgical practice, to make the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ live for the people of across St. Neots today.

We host a range of services and events in our church buildings and occasionally at other venues. These include traditional services, recitals, plays and musical performances by groups and choirs. These may be to raise funds for the maintenance of our buildings, for the benefit of other charities or as civic or community occasions.

We also have a wonderful set of ten bells (at St. Neots) which are rung regularly as a call to our services, significant occasions, at peel attempts and at ringing practice and six bells at Eynesbury church.

We have two principal historic church buildings, both of which are dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin. St. Neots church, known as the "cathedral of Huntingdonshire", provides an oasis of peace and calm in a busy town centre. Victorian stained glass and the dignified late-Perpendicular architecture (with woodwork from both periods).

Eynesbury church has similar delights, including a "zoo" of carved wooden animals as pews ends.The Lady Chapel at St. Neots and the Chancel at Eynesbury are the places where the Blessed Sacrament is reserved and can be seen from the Nave.

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