St Mary’s is open for private prayer Monday-Friday 9.45 am-5 pm 
Saturday 10 am-5 pm and Sunday 11 am-5 pm

Please ensure that when you visit, you adhere to the lockdown restrictions. Keep 2 metres away from anyone not in your support bubble. Wear a face-covering whilst inside the church. Wash your hands regularly with the hand gel provided in the church.



This is the BCP order of service.

This is the order of service for Ordinary Time.

This is the order of service for those worshipping at home. this is the supplementary material for Sunday 1, 8 and 15 August.

The 10am service is now regularly livestreamed from St Mary’s. If you are viewing the service at home, please log on as usual for the Zoom service. The service is not being recorded.
Those joining Zoom for the first time see Registration details below.

Sunday, 1 August
 Ninth Sunday after Trinity

8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: Exodus 16:2-4; 9-15; John 6:24-35
10am Parish Eucharist

Sunday, 8 August
Tenth Sunday after Trinity
8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: 1 Kings 19:4-8; John 6:35; 41-51
10am Parish Eucharist
Sunday, 15 August
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: Proverbs 9:1-6; John 6:51-58
10am Parish Eucharist         
Sunday, 22 August
Twelfth Sunday after Trinity
8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: Joshua24:1-2a; 14-18; John 6:56-69
10am Together with God
Sunday, 29 August
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: Deuteronomy 4:1-2; 6-9; Mark 7:1-8; 14-15; 21-23
10am Parish Eucharist
Sunday, 5 September
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity
8am BCP Holy Communion
Readings: Isaiah 35:4-7a; Mark 7:24-37
10am Parish Eucharist
Also Thursdays
10am Holy Communion
6pm Evening Prayer












To register for Zoom services.

Use this link to register.  This is the link to register for the 10 am Zoom Sunday services. Once you have registered, you will then receive a confirmatory email with the link to the service itself. That same link can be used for the Sunday services up to and including Sunday 15 August 2021.  If you have previously registered for the Sunday services and have received the link, you do not need to register again.

All who worship with us through Virtual Worship and Zoom are invited to have a candle ready to light at the beginning of our services as a sign of unity with other worshippers. Those following Virtual Worship sheets may also like to make sure they have access to a piece of reflective music they can play towards the end of each of our services. 

This is the link for children's resources.

Space the the Spirit meets again in October. Contact sfts@stmaryslinton.org.uk to join via Zoom.


Parish Prayer Meeting normally via Zoom during the pandemic at 9 am on the first Saturday of the month.

The date for the next meeting is Saturday, 8 August.
Use this link to register. You will receive a confirmatory email with the link to the service. If you have already registered and have the link, you do not need to register again. 


To view some of St Mary's services on YouTubeThis is the link for Linton Team Churches. If you use the subscribe button on the screen, you will receive updates. You are not signing up to pay for a service, but it allows you to access all the Linton Team Churches YouTube services.

The service order for each Sunday is on this website, or we will deliver a paper copy to you - request paper copies by contacting our Church Administrator, Anne Parry-Smith admin@stmaryslinton.org.uk

If there is someone or something you would like members of St Mary’s to pray for, please send a prayer request to the Church Administrator. If you would like to talk confidentially to a member of the clergy, contact or Michael Wilcockson, Associate Priest on 01223 891005.

Safeguarding - The parish of Linton: St Mary is committed to safeguarding children, young people, and adults at risk of harm. We follow the House of Bishops' guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. The Diocese of Ely’s safeguarding pages provide vital links and information, including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA), who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm, please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your Local Authority Children or Adults Services.