Until the regulations change, masks need to be worn at all these services and 2-metre
distancing between households is required.
We have now returned to a normal pattern of services at all three churches. Please
see the Regular services page. The next Benefice service is on 31 October at St John
the Baptist church, Holywell-cum-Needingworth.
SERVICES IN OUR CHURCHES
St Helen’s Church, Colne, is open daily 9 am to 6 pm for individual prayer. St John
the Baptist Church, Holywell-cum-Needingworth, is open daily during daylight hours.
WELCOME SPACE AT HOLYWELL-CUM-NEEDINGWORTH
The information and feedback forms about the Welcome Space project mentioned on
the poster can be found here.
VOLUNTEERS DO BRILLIANT JOB AT BLUNTISHAM
VOLUNTEERS DO BRILLIANT JOB
A group of ten volunteers from CLC and Amey, Property and Managements service, kindly
offered to paint our church hall at St Mary’s church at Bluntisham-cum-Earith. Working
over a couple of days they did a brilliant job. The hall looks amazing; truly a professional
team and it shows. Thank you, we are very grateful!
WELCOME DAVID AND GILL
We are delighted that Revd David Robertson has moved to Earith after retirement.
Ely Diocese has given permission for David to minister in the Diocese and he will
be a great help to the Meridian Benefice. David has been a minister for over forty
years, initially at Bristol, then at Oxford, Wakefield and Leeds with his final post
being Ossett in West Yorkshire. His wife, Gill, will also be able to take services
after she is confirmed as a Licensed Lay Reader at Ely Cathedral in October.