Cambourne Church

Cambourne Church is a multi-denominational church which is a partnership of the Church of England, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and the Baptist Church. In 2009 they moved into their own building. Some of the youth events happen in the church building, and they also use other venues in Cambourne. Click here to visit the Cambourne Church website. Jonathan Buwert is the youth worker for Cambourne Church. Regular youth events and groups include Xtreme (Sunday mornings) and socials (last Sunday evening of the month). Contact Jonathan for more details. Some of WCCYM’s events are held in Cambourne Church.

Comberton Baptist Church

Comberton Baptist Church is a vibrant community of Christians of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life. There are various activities for young people at Comberton Baptist Church. Have a look at the church website for more information. Nick Slater works part-time for the church.  Contact Nick for more details. Some of WCCYM’s events are held at Comberton Baptist Church.

Hardwick Evangelical Church

Hardwick Evangelical Church is an independent non-denominational church that meets at Hardwick Primary School. Click here to look at the church website. Young people have a regular Sunday morning group called Nomads, and there is a fortnightly youth club on a Friday night and a fortnightly discipleship group on a Wednesday night, which are run jointly with St Mary’s church in Hardwick. Clare Cronin is the youth worker for Hardwick Evangelical Church, working for 2 days per week. Contact Clare to find out more.

Lordsbridge Team

The Lordsbridge Team Ministry consists of eleven Anglican churches in the Bourn Deanery; Barton, Harlton, Great Eversden, Little Eversden, Haslingfield, Hardwick, Toft, Dry Drayton, Coton, Caldecote, and Comberton. Teresa Taylor is a part-time volunteer youth worker for the team, and is responsible for the youthwork in the Lordsbridge Team. Click here to visit the Lordsbridge Team Ministry website, which will provide links to the different churches.