Schools must work in partnership with others for mutual benefit of the wider community.

In 2012 we took part in the Cultural Festival to celebate the London Olympics. Bells up and down the country and commonwealth rang out at 12 minutes past 8 in the morning. After bell ringing we celebrated with bacon butties!

This interesting piece of graffiti was spotted in a neighbouring village... but serves as a reminder that nothing is indeed impossible for God!...So dream big dreams....

Usually for Christ the King Sunday we come together to worship with other churches from the area. 

1. Where can I read 4m, the church newsletter? You can read it here

The village has a website http://www.comberton.org.uk where reasonably up to date diary activities, minutes of meetings and village magazines can be found.[6]

2. I would like to support the church - how can I help? There are lots of ways people can be involved in the life of the church. Attending on a Sunday is just one example. There are fortnightly homegroups and a monthly Worship singing group. There are fund raising/community activities such as coffee mornings, sales and the church fete. There are also opportunities for people to support the church and the activities financially. This can be done online if that is easier.

The Cam Academy Trust (C.A.T.) seeks to secure ‘Excellence for All’ in all of its Academies.

The tower has been restored a few times and is home to the 4 bells and a heritage display. In 2012 it was used to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee with the lighting of the beacon to the top of the tower.

The Cam Academy Trust is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales with company number 0749 1945. The registered office is at Comberton Village College, West Street, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, CB23 7DU.

We work with Samaritans Projects to support a church in Northern India. We have fund raised to supply a water pump and a supply of Hindi Bibles. The church faces everyday challenges because of their faith. Here is the dedication of of the new pump... they use it as an opportunity to thank God and lead others to Him.

A creative, reflective service usually held 4 times a year in Dry Drayton church

On the very last day of the autumn term the whole school walk to St Mary's for their Carol service. It is a lovely sight as young pupils are 'escorted' by older pupils. The church is packed and the singing is beautiful... often there is lively instrument playing...

The building becomes and art gallery with painitings and crafts for sale...Always a highlight of the year...the Art and Craft Exhibition is held over 3 days...

Our twinned church in India cooking for a shared lunch... that's a very large pan of curry!

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3. We would like to get married at St Mary's A marriage service, wherever it is held, is a public declaration of love and commitment to your partner. In a church ceremony, you make that commitment in the presence of God, and we will pray for God’s blessing upon you. We are delighted to welcome couples who are seeking a church wedding. Everybody who lives in St Mary’s parish, and many other people who have a link with the parish, has a right to be married at St Mary’s.

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Comberton is about 6 miles (10 km) south-west of the city of Cambridge, and just half a mile (800 m) east of the Prime Meridian, lying at a modest elevation of around 25 feet (8 m) above sea level. The civil parish covers 1,954 acres (790.8 ha), and is part of the local government district of South Cambridgeshire. Nearby villages include Barton to the east and Toft to the west. Comberton is twinned with Le Vaudreuil, a village near Rouen, France.[7]

9.30am Holy Communion (1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays) The last Sunday of the month is All Age family communion (either 4th or 5th)

In the churchyard stand 3 large Field Maples...they are majestic... Often around Trinity Sunday they are used to illustrate the character of God the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit...3 tree trunks...1 tree canopy...

St Mary's hosts an Art and Craft exhibition in November. Local artists display their paintings and crafts. Teas/Coffees are served and there is the opprotunity for people to pray/reflect in the chancel area. It is well supported by the village.

The third Sunday is Morning Prayer  For more information about services please click here

Comberton has a population of about 2,400.[3] It features two churches: the Church of England St Mary's, an Early English-style building dating from the 13th century,[4] and a Baptist church dating from 1861.[5] It also has one pub (The Three Horseshoes), shops, a primary school (Meridian Community Primary School) a post office, a recreation ground, a doctor's surgery, a dental surgery, and at the centre of the village, a village pond with resident ducks.

St Mary's is the parish church of Comberton, a village five miles west of Cambridge. We hope that you enjoy reading about the life of the church which has been at the heart of the community since the 12th century.

The chancel area of the church is often used for quiet creative prayer. During Lent it is also used for the evening Compline service

Archaeological finds, including a Neolithic polished stone axe (found to the south of the current village) and a Bronze Age barrow (to the north), suggest there has been a settlement here for thousands of years. A Roman villa was discovered in 1842.[2] The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Cumbertone, and clearly dates to at least the 11th century. Some houses in the village date from the 14th century.

A reminder that Jesus is the light of the world... a good focus for our prayers... Also an opprotunity to reflect and ponder...

What time do you serve food until? Is the kitchen open at 8PM on a Wednesday?

5. What is the the Lordsbridge Team all about? Read the latest news from the team of churches that makes up The Lordsbridge Team

Our barn at the end of the lane...this is where our activities for children take place. With limited space inside the church building and extending was not really an option, we decided to build a new area...The Barn!

Comberton is a village and civil parish in South Cambridgeshire, England, just east of the Prime Meridian.

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Every year the churches in the deanery and others join together at Comberton Leisure. It's a great opportunity to worship, pray and meet with other churches...

The Comberton educational model is based on five key principles:

Every year we hold a Crib service on Christmas Eve in the afternoon. This is a great time for familes to focus on the real meaning of Christmas.

A view of the church from the North... showing the new porch extension