Bourn church at sunset

Church of St Helena and St Mary

Bourn church, dedicated to Saints Helena and Mary, was built in the 12th century, replacing a wooden church that was built after the Norman Conquest. It is a cruciform stone building with a square tower supporting an octagonal twisted spire. It has eight bells.

The church is ministered by the Papworth Team Ministry

Click these links to read more about the history and architecture of Bourn church:

Article by Ben Colburn

British history online

 

Church services

For services in advent leading up to Christmas, see the Church website

1st Sunday of the Month:
Holy Communion (Common Worship Order 1) 10.30am

2nd Sunday:
Worship for All 10.30am

3rd Sunday:
Holy Communion (Common Worship Order 1) 8.30am

4th Sunday:
Morning Worship 10.30am

Every Wednesday (during term time) there is a 12 noon midweek communion service

and on the 3rd Sunday of each month –
Team Evening Service at Caxton Parish Church 6pm

Please contact the Team Office for details of Alpha courses, Bible Study Groups, Weddings, Funerals, Baptisms, Bellringing, Choir etc

The ministry

Clergy of the Papworth Team Ministry

Team Vicar: Revd. Stephen Day
The Rectory, 32 High Street, Bourn CB23 2SQ
01954 264226
Email revdsmday@cantab.net

Associate Priests:
The Revd Nigel Pearson (contact via Team Office)

The Revd Paul Gildersleve (contact via Team Office)

Team Office:
Administrator: Miss Chris Westgarth
Bay 3, Lower Pendrill Court, Ermine Street North, Papworth Everard, CB23 3UY
01480 839933
Email papworthteamministryoffice@gmail.com
Website: http://www.papworthteamchurches.org