Don’t forget to complete our survey of your experience of worship during lockdown. If you need a paper copy contact Anne, but if you can please complete the survey online.

The parish of Linton: St Mary is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. 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 contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (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.

We are delighted to be holding services again and look forward to worshiping together again. Please join us. If you worship at the 8am service, here is an order of service - BCP Holy Communion.
The Sixth Sunday after Trinity 19 July
8 am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) Romans 8:1-11; Matthew 13:1-9 & 18-23.

10 am Parish Eucharist.

We aim to hold this short service out of doors, behind the church, but please enter through the building, where we are required to register your name and contact details, and where you will receive a small gift. The order of service is also on the website
It is hoped this service will be on St Mary’s Linton Facebook page as a ‘Facebook Live video’, which you can watch at the time, or afterwards.

Thursday 16th July
10 am Holy Communion

We plan to continue providing resources for those worshiping at home.


Virtual Worship for Sundays is available here.

Sunday, 12 July - The Fifth Sunday after Trinity.
The order of service is available by clicking on the link above.

This is the link this week for resources for children and families. There is a Faith at Home video and an activities sheet - "We're going on a Psalm Walk".

Use the link above for an order of service to print out or use online.  Here are the YouTube clips which have accompanied our services some weeks.

'Daily Prayer from St Mary’s Linton’: on each weekday morning from 8 June, Maggie Guite is making an episode of a podcast with this name.

St Mary's is now open for private prayer.

Welcomers/stewards are in attendance. Many thanks to those who have volunteered for this important task. More volunteer stewards are needed. If you can offer one or more 2-hour sessions a week, please contact Maggie Guite

Church opening hours:
Weekdays: 9 -11 am, 2- 4 pm
Saturdays: 10 - 12 noon; Sundays: 2 - 4 pm

What can you expect - coming to St Mary’s in the Covid emergency?
Please see important information.

We would like to hear your views as we prepare to resume services in the Team churches.There is an online survey "Linton Team Ministry Worship during Lockdown" which we invite you to complete. Closing date 12 noon Monday, 20 July 2020.

The Church Times also has an online survey.  Coronavirus, Church & You. “Record your experience of the pandemic, the ministry that you have given or received, and what you think will happen to churches in a post-pandemic world.” The Church Times is very keen to hear from lay people. 

St Mary's ready for private pr

St Mary's ready for private prayer.
Photo kindly supplied by Sarah King


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A screenshot of a recent Zoom service
Photo kindly supplied by David Parry-Smith


St Mary’s, the Parish Church of Linton, Cambridgeshire is a diverse and inclusive worshiping community. We believe in life lived in the company of others and of God.

See the Worship menu for a Parish Prayer Board. where we can post prayer requests and items for thanksgiving. Items will generally stay on for a fortnight. Fill in this contact form or email the Parish Administrator. Where prayer is asked for individuals, those posting the request MUST have the individual’s permission or goodwill if either details of the prayer request are given, or a surname is mentioned.

See this video tailored for St Mary's, Linton from The Church of England on the importance of giving during the Pandemic.

Check the Resources section - ‘Things to lift your spirit’.