Virtual Worship for Sundays in Eastertide is available.


Christ is Risen!
He is risen indeed!

For resources for children - see a lectionary-linked Sunday Pack from a website ‘Together@Home’

St Mary's and the  other Linton Team parishes would love  you to join us on line as we worship on Sundays at 10am. On alternate weeks we are offering  1) a short YouTube video to enhance the written service, and  2) an invitation to join us in worship through  the Zoom app, which gives  the opportunity to worship together in 'real time', to see each other, and to share a time of chat and fellowship after the service is over. Please use the link below to find a written version of our worship, which you can print out if that's the easiest way for you to use it, or else follow on your computer, tablet or phone. You will also find a  link to the YouTube clips which accompany our services some weeks, and a request to contact the host of a Zoom Service in the alternate weeks, so that they can send you an official invitation and  link to the Zoom meeting. Don’t be shy about joining us through Zoom when we’re using it - it’s simple to use, and you’ll receive a warm welcome!


St Mary’s, the Parish Church of Linton, Cambridgeshire is a diverse and inclusive worshipping community. We believe in life lived in the company of others and of God.

The guidance we are working under is Bishop Dagmar’s letter to the parishes of the Diocese of Ely (24 March 2020).

See the Worship menu for a Parish Prayer Board. where we can post prayer requests and items for thanksgiving. Items will generally stay on for a fortnight. Fill in this contact form or email the Parish Administrator. Where prayer is asked for individuals, those posting the request MUST have the individual’s permission or goodwill if either details of the prayer request are given, or a surname is mentioned.

See this video tailored for St Mary's, Linton from The Church of England on the importance of giving during the Pandemic.

Check the Resources section - ‘Things to lift your spirit’.