• Welcome to the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin - at the heart of St Neots, Cambridgeshire (Huntingdonshire) - and our sister church nearby, St Mary’s Eynesbury: serving St Neots, Eynesbury, Loves Farm and Wintringham, as well as the wider town.

    If you’re looking for a church in Cornwall, try here.

    If you're looking for St Mary's Eaton Socon, click here.

    Sunday services in church are at the normal times of 8, 9.30 & 11. We have a monthly afternoon family service, other services are under review.

    Weekday 9.30am eucharists are on Wednesdays & Fridays at St Neots & Thursdays at Eynesbury, and occasionally at other times for major feasts.

    Click on the link for guidance on what to expect when you come to worship

    A live-streamed Eucharist usually takes place at 7.30pm on a Saturday, also available afterwards for catch-up, on our Facebook Page.

    We also have a YouTube channel where some other services and reflections are uploaded, including monologue reflections on Bible stories by the Revd Margaret Marshall.

    Weddings, Christenings, Funerals and commemorative services in church are all possible and welcome.

    We aim to be a welcoming, caring, and inclusive Christian community that draws on the riches of tradition, and modern liturgical practice, to make the message of Jesus known today.

    Our beautiful historic 15th Century church at St Neots is usually open from 9am to 5pm daily; we are also working toward the reopening for visitors of Eynesbury Church, four minutes’ walk away.

    At St Neots (an oasis of peace and calm in a busy town centre), visitors are welcome to walk around, look at the wonderful Victorian stained glass (photos of the windows are here) and the dignified late-Perpendicular architecture (including original roofs). Eynesbury also has similar delights, though on a more modest scale. The Lady Chapel at St Neots and the Chancel at Eynesbury are the places where the Blessed Sacrament is reserved.

    The historic parishes of St Neots and Eynesbury (separate since 1204) came together on 1st March 2020 to form a new single parish with two parish churches, covering the whole of the town east of the Great Ouse. This website covers both churches: but further historical information about Eynesbury Church can also be found here

    There are helpful national Church of England websites to help you think about a christening, a wedding, or need some advice on funerals in church (Covid19 will continue to place some limits - see here). Follow the links for more details, but if you are interested in exploring the possibility of a Christening or Wedding in either of our churches, and have some connection with St Neots, please do not hesitate to contact us (Office or Rector) for more local information.

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