Hatley – Hatley St George
Holy Communion services at Hatley St George church are held every second and fourth Sunday of the month.
Second Sunday – 11.00 am.
Fourth Sunday – 8.00 am.
In addition, the church is normally open on a Tuesday morning for your own private prayers.
NB All services of worship at Hatley St George church have been suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak – see this news item.
There are ‘special’ services at Easter and Harvest Festival; Mothering Sunday is also celebrated. At Christmas there is a Carol Service, usually at 7.00 pm on the third Wednesday of December, and (some years) a Christmas Day Carols and Eucharist Service at 11.00 am. They are normally highlighted on our events page.
Hatley St George Church, St Mary’s Church Gamlingay and St Mary’s Church Everton are all part of the Benefice of Gamlingay with Hatley St. George and Everton. Hilary Young is the Priest-in-Charge – this is her 2019 annual report to Hatley Parish Council.
- Hatley St George church – The Chapel of St James the Greater.
- The organ in Hatley St George church.
- Photo gallery – Hatley St George church.
NB The church is open some weekends and holidays. If locked, the key can be obtained from Mrs Hewlett at Church Farm – opposite the church.
Hatley – East Hatley
St Denis’, East Hatley, is a redundant church set in a ‘live’ graveyard (under the auspices of the diocese).
Life, and death, are not without rules, hence… Churchyard regulations for graves – Diocese of Ely’s guide for families and next-of-kin.
The building is now owned by the Friends of Friendless Churches – until the FoFC is able to complete its restoration project, it is not normally open… however, if you’d like to look round, please ring keyholder Peter Mann on 01767 651 115.
Gamlingay – St Mary’s
The church is usually open from around 8.30 am to dusk every day. The space is available for prayer, meditation or to look around and enjoy the building.
There are several regular services:
Holy Communion – every first Sunday at 8.00 for 45 minutes.
Parish Eucharist – every second, third, fourth and fifth Sunday at 9.30 am for 1 hour.
First Sunday Service – every first Sunday at 10.00 am for 1 hour.
Sunday Evening Service – every fourth Sunday at 6.00 pm for 1 hour.
NB All services of worship at St Mary’s have been suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak – see this news item.
Page created 25 January 2019 and updated on 19th March 2020. ▲