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He sent them into the towns and villages to say ‘the kingdom of God has come near’

These reflections tell some of the stories of the Lordsbridge Team of Churches since its beginning 11 years ago, the point at which I joined it. At this united Lordsbridge Team service, on 29th August 2021, members of the Lordsbridge … Continue reading

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The Lordsbridge Pilgrimage Walk 2021

This walk will be on Friday 21 May. Bishop Dagmar (Bishop of Huntingdon) will be joining the group. The Pilgrimage will start at Coton at 7.30am. Please feel free to join later or leave at any time. It is important … Continue reading

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Telling an old story, singing a new song

A note from the Team Rector to all the churches of the Lordsbridge Team, on the occasion of Claire Robertson’s licensing as the new Team Vicar. This weekend we welcome Revd Claire Robertson to the Lordsbridge Team as a Team … Continue reading

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New Lordsbridge Life magazine and Lordsbridge in Lockdown video

The new Lordsbridge Life is out, chronicling the experiences of some of our church communities and church members over the last few months, across the villages to the west of Cambridge.  You can download a copy here: Lordsbridge Life August … Continue reading

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Worship at Home on Ascension Day

Today is Ascension Day. Most years this might pass you by, after all a weekday service is not always easy to fit in to the normal pattern of life. However, this year for many of us things are different, and … Continue reading

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Global pandemic, global prayer, global God

Some people have talked about this virus as being a great leveller. I think I know what they mean. Its impact has touched the lives of all of us, in some way, across the globe. There are few things in … Continue reading

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Drawing on ancient wisdom: re-imagining the Christian community

The cloister, the refectory, the chapel, the cell, these are places in a well ordered monastery. We see their remains when we visit cathedrals and abbeys. But what are their contemporary equivalents now? Can we learn from the life and … Continue reading

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The wind and the coracle 

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?? I was recently commissioned to do a painting for a friend who was ordained in the Church of England. It’s based on the idea of how ancient Christian Celts would get into a…

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Welcoming Beth Cope as Team Pioneer Curate

This summer we are delighted to be welcoming Beth Cope to the Lordsbridge Team as Team Pioneer Curate.  A pioneer minister is someone called to be an entrepreneur in mission and whose main focus throughout their ministry will be on … Continue reading

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School of Theology reminder – 25 October

All are welcome to the Lordsbridge School of Theology from 7.30pm on 25 October.  This is part of a series on Ethics and is entitled ‘Living reality – life and death’.  We will be exploring these issues with Revd Professor … Continue reading

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