Great St Mary's
The University Church, Cambridge
Great St Mary's is an open and inclusive Christian community in pursuit of Truth.
The University Church since 1209, we are a spiritual home for the University and the City of Cambridge, and a Church of England parish in the Diocese of Ely. We'd love to hear from you — just click on the 'Contact Us' button below.
Great St Mary's is open daily except Mondays, from 11am to 5pm, including our shop and tower, with tickets for sale to the best view in Cambridge.
And don't forget to experience our wonderful café and medieval chapel on Trinity Street, Michaelhouse, open Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Scroll down to find out about our worship, both online and in the church.
You can be part of our worshipping family in person or online: here's how.
A Church of England parish church, and the University Church for the University of Cambridge, Great St Mary's is a spiritual home for many in Cambridge. Our worship life is rich and vibrant, drawing on traditional liturgical worship in a progressive, welcoming environment of prayer, music, and peace.
We hold services in our church building on Sundays at 8am (BCP Communion), 10.30am (Eucharist with choir), and 4pm (Choral Evensong).
Be sure to visit our Worship page to learn more, including about special worship services.
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Blog & Sunday Services
Scroll down to read reflections from our vicar, as well as videos from our online Sunday worship
Great St Mary's strives to be a welcoming and safe community for all, including children and vulnerable adults. Our Safeguarding Officer is Dr Julie Crockford, whose contact details, along with further safeguarding information can be found here.