Church information and links
Stag is a large, friendly and informal evangelical C of E church in the centre of town very popular with students. It's committed to teaching the Bible and to helping people gain a deeper understanding of the gospel so they can live it out in their lives. It's also a very easy and welcoming place to find out about Christianity for the first time. There's lots on for undergraduates including Sunday lunch and talk, and Bible studies on Tuesday evenings with a meal together.
Service times: 10am, 11.30am (followed by student lunch), 5pm
HT is a lively church that has grown over the last few years. Now with a very large student body, HT's 'mission statement' is "to help people come to Christ, love to learn, and learn to love." With its charismatic worship, strong community feel, Tuesday evening Bible studies and central location, HT is an easy place to see the passion of Christians in Cambridge following Jesus.
Service times: 9.30am, 11.30am (followed by student lunch), 6.30pm
Eden is really welcoming family and student baptist church near the Grafton Centre. The teaching is inspiring and worship includes a mix of modern songs and older hymns. After the evening service there is also a student meal and Bible study that looks to delve deeper into Biblical truth and apply it to life in Cambridge and beyond
Service times: 10am, 6pm (followed by student supper)
A friendly and welcoming Presbyterian church with an international mix of families, singles and students.
An informal and welcoming Anglican congregation in the evangelical-charismatic tradition, found on Mill Rd.
Listed here are some websites about Christianity that we thought might be useful
If you've got questions, this place might help you answer them.
A simple presentation outlining the message of Christianity.
BibleGateway is an excellent resource providing free online access to many translations of the Bible in several different languages.
TCCU is a member of the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union. Check out their site for lots of infomation on who we are, what we believe and centrally planned talks and events coming up. If you would like to borrow any books, either to read yourself or to lend to a friend, check out their Borrow a Book page.
UCCF is the umbrella organisation for lots of student CUs all over the UK. Their website has many more resources, links and videos.