The best way to get to know us at St Andrew the Great is to attend one of our Sunday services. We hope that all our services will be helpful to you, whether you are already following Jesus or just wanting to find out more about him.

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We meet every Sunday at 10am and 5pm and also at 11.30am during Cambridge University term times. Each service runs for about one hour and is informal in style. No prior knowledge is assumed, and you won't be required to say or pray anything that you do not believe. At the heart of each service is a reading and sermon from the Bible, and there is also a mixture of hymns and contemporary songs, prayers and news, baptisms and the sharing of the Lord's Supper.

To find out more information about upcoming Sunday services please download a copy of our most recent term card, view our calendar, or see a simple outline below of what passages will be preached on during the coming weeks. Recordings of sermons from previous Sunday services can be downloaded or are available using our free app, on iOS and Android.

If you have any questions about the sermons, or about Christian topics then come along to Question Time, held twice a term after the 5.00pm service.

  10.00am service 5.00pm service
2nd Dec Guest preacher, Philip Jensen Guest preacher, Philip Jensen
9th Dec Down to earth
Philippians 2:1-13
Born to save *
Matthew 1:18-25
16th Dec Listen to this! **
Family carol service
1 John 1:1-15
Upside down
Carols by candlelight
2 Corinthians 8:9
23rd Dec A trustworthy saying **
1 Timothy 1:15
Carols by candlelight
John 1:1-9
25th Dec He's no Scrooge: our generous God! **
Christmas Day
2 Corinthians 8:9
No service
30th Dec God has now appeared **
Titus 2:11-15
Born to rule
Matthew 2:1-12
6th Jan A new year prayer
Colossians 1:9-13
According to plan *
Matthew 23:13-23
13th Jan Every-member ministry
Partnership Sunday
Nehemiah 3
Jesus's prayer for the church
Partnership Sunday
John 17:20-26

* Including the Lord's Supper
** All-age service at 10.00am
† Children's activities available for children aged 3-11 instead of normal children's groups