Non-Eucharistic services

As well as Holy Communion, there are a number of other non-Eucharistic services.  These services encompass various meditative, prayer centric services, such as the Julian meetings, as well as the lively, informal All-age services in which everyone can participate.

All-age services

These services are informal and lively, engaging the whole congregation in the act of worship. These services provide our young people with an opportunity to take on more responsibility for leading worship, bringing us new and fresh insights.
10am | 4th Sunday of the month | Duxford
ad hoc in other churches – check out the calendar


Traditional sung or spoken Evensong service following the rich language of the Book of Common Prayer.
6.30pm | 1st Sunday of the month | Hinxton
6.30pm | 3rd Sunday of the month | Duxford – with laying on of hands
6.30pm | 4th Sunday of the month | Ickleton

Taize services

This is a short, meditative service using simple sung prayers, readings and silence. It follows the principles of the ecumenical monastic Taize community of France.
5pm | 2nd Sunday of each month | Ickleton

Window of prayer

This is a simple meeting of prayer and reflection on the readings to be used in the following Sunday’s service.
2.15pm | 1st, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month | Ickleton

Julian meetings

Inspired by writing of Julian of Norwich, this is a gathering focused on silent contemplation.
2.30pm | every 3rd Wednesday | Ickleton

Healing prayer group

Although we claim no actual healing at these services, the provide an opportunity to offer prayers for those in need.
8.00pm | every 1st Tuesday | Duxford