In line with government guidance the church is now open for individual prayer. Please follow the advice regarding hand sanitising and social distancing to reduce the risk of the spread of Covid-19. Key surfaces are cleaned at the end of each day.
Each Sunday a recorded service is uploaded to www.allsaintscottenham.org.uk via YouTube. An evening service is accessible through Zoom - if you wish to join, please contact the Rector on 01954 583651.
Whilst the government has said that church services in church buildings may resume from 5 July, we await detailed guidance from the Church of England before re-opening. Services in Cottenham are likely to resume in early August following a Risk Assessment, with a service in Rampton soon after.
This section makes available Pastoral Letters that Rev Lynda Davies will write at times during the ongoing and developing COVID-19 crisis. Other prayer resources are available on the website of All Saints, Cottenham.
All Saints' Church stands in the village of Rampton, near Cambridge . It is one of few remaining thatched churches in the East of England. The church is opened every day of the year for all visitors to enjoy its calm and ancient atmosphere.
The exact origin of All Saints' is unknown, however the Saxon grave slabs and fragments of a cross embedded in the east wall of the church show that people have been worshipping on the site for over a thousand years.
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