Welcome to the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin in the heart of St Neots
Forming disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of God’s world
Join us in building a welcoming, caring, Christian community that draws on all that is best from the rich traditions of the historic Church of England and modern liturgical practice to make the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ live for the people of St Neots today.
Our main Sunday Service is at 10am.
Do join us - everyone is warmly welcomed and we are especially pleased to see young and old at our services.
Our beautiful and historic 15th Century church is open daily from 9am until 5pm
Visitors are welcome to walk around, look at the wonderful stained glass and the dignified late-perpendicular architecture. The church is also an oasis of peace and calm in a busy town centre. The Lady Chapel is reserved as a place for quiet prayer and you can light a candle
The Rev'd Canon Dr Paul Andrews
In 2016 Fr Paul travelled to Assisi and produced some work on the spirituality of stillness and contemplation, especially in relation to new monastic communities.
Fr Paul's report is now available to read online.
We've recently marked Stewardship Sunday. Our need to respond to God's love by giving to support the mission and witness of the church is urgent. Click here to read Fr Paul's Stewardship Sermon
Click here to read Fr Paul's article in the July 2018 issue of The Messenger
Figure of a First World War soldier, made in the metalwork shop by inmates at Littlhey Prison, and placed saluting the war dead named on our war memorial
'There but not there'. Perspex figures marking those men of St Neots and surrounding district who went to war, and never returned