This is a map of the Cemetery showing the 13 Parish Burial Grounds
St Paul’s is a lively church on Hills Road, in the centre of Cambridge. For more information, click here.
St Michael’s church is a ministry of the parish of St Mary the Great with St Michael, Cambridge, and offers daily prayer services and opportunities for silent prayers in the chancel and chapel. The Michaelhouse centre, situated in St Michael’s
A medieval parish church with a secluded wild garden, set on the corner of Trumpington Street and Little St Mary’s Lane. It offers a traditional high mass each Sunday. For further information, click here.
The present church of Great St Mary’s dates from the 15th century, and is situated on King’s Parade near Trinity College and King’s College. Great St Mary’s is the University Church. For further information, click here.
St Edward’s played a unique role in the Reformation as a place where evangelicals met and preached. Today, it provides a Christian centre for spiritual seekers from diverse backgrounds. It is situated in Peas Hill, Cambridge. For more information, click
St Clement is a small church on the corner of Portugal Place and Magdalene Street. For more information, click here.
St Botolph’s is situated in Trumpington Street at its junction with Silver Street, close to where there stood the South Gate of mediaeval Cambridge. The chancel of St Botolph’s Church was restored just over twenty years after Mill Road
This welcoming city-centre church with a 1,000 year history is the oldest surviving building in Cambridge. It is situated in Bene’t Street, Cambridge. For more information, click here.
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A friendly and informal church in St Andrew’s Street, in the centre of Cambridge. For more information, click here.
Situated in Market Street, the very heart of Cambridge, Holy Trinity church is a lively, growing Christian community. For more information, click here.
The Round Church in Bridge Street, Cambridge has stood as a witness to the Christian faith for nearly 900 years of Cambridge history. It was built in the 1130s by the ‘fraternity of the Holy Sepulchre’, inspired by Roman Emperor
This historically important church stands in Jesus Lane, in the centre of Cambridge. For more information, click here. For history, background and teaching resources, see The Churches Conservation Trust.