Local Partnerships

Ecumenical Partnerships

There are good relationships with local Baptists (Comberton and Barton), Methodists (Haslingfield) and Roman Catholics (meeting in Cambourne or in Cambridge), as well as Hardwick’s Evangelical Church. Toft has an LEP between the Methodists and Anglicans. There are local projects and opportunities to work together in each of these villages. Across the patch, we work together on youth (via West Cambridge Churches Youth Ministries), on aspects of mission strategy (both informally and via the Area Mission Partnership) and we celebrate our Christian diversity and unity annually in an area-wide, multi-denominational service held just before Advent each year.

Bourn Deanery

Lordsbridge is part of the Bourn deanery which, as well as the Lordsbridge Team, consists of the Papworth Team Ministry and Cambourne Church, a four-way ecumenical partnership in a nearby new settlement. Rev Canon James Blandford-Baker, Rural Dean of North Stowe, is currently also our Rural Dean.

Area-wide service at Comberton Leisure
Area-wide service at Comberton Leisure