From humble beginnings, the worshipping community of Catholics in Cambourne has grown to over a hundred and fifty people who meet each week on Saturday evenings, at 5pm, to celebrate Mass together at the shared church building in Cambourne.
A parish of our own
On Tuesday 2nd January 2018, Bishop Alan Hopes erected the parish of Our Lady of Lourdes and St John Fisher. Our Lady of Lourdes is located in Sawston; here in Cambourne, we are the Saint John Fisher community. Being a parish comes with many opportunities and many responsibilities. May God bless our newborn parish and continue to spread the fire of his love in our communities.
Between the Ascension and Pentecost, the Apostles gathered to pray. This nine-day prayer became known as a novena. You are warmly welcomed to join with the parish by following along with this Pentecost Novena Booklet
The Cathedral is currently putting together an exhibition for both Heritage Open Days in September of this year and for the 100th celebration of the ending of the Great War in November. Click here for more details.
- Ignite Festival (5th & 6th May) – Bishop Alan usually writes in the Ad Clerum the he expects everyone preparing for Confirmation to come, so do please ask your Confirmation candidates to keep the date free.
- Celebrate East Anglia (2nd & 3rd June) – this is the conference for the whole family from age 0 – 102! We are involved in running the programme for young people.
We have a new Safeguarding representative for Cambourne: click here for more.
The Church is at the top of Cambourne High Street, at postcode CB23 6GW.
With thanks to Fr John and Churches Together in Cambourne, we are delighted to offer Masses on weekdays: on Tuesdays in the Blue School at 12.15pm, and on Thursday and Friday evenings in the church, at 7.15pm.
We look forward to seeing you there.