St Andrew’s Church welcomes visitors.
There is more at St Andrew’s Church than just a weekly service in church. We also have many fund-raising events, which we hope are fun and enjoyable as well as raising much needed funds for our mission in Kimbolton and maintaining our beautiful and historic church. For details of all events click here.
Details are also on the church notice boards and in the Parish Magazine.
Sunday 7th October 10.45am – Harvest Service
As in previous years, offerings to the Church will be shared between St Neots food bank and St John’s hospice , Moggerhanger. Items currently most needed by the foodbank are: biscuits, tinned tomatoes, long life fruit juice, tinned custard, tinned rice pudding, long life milk, tinned soup, tinned fruit, jam, sweet snacks (eg. kit kats)and sponge puddings.
Below are the usual weekly services. For details of monthly variations click here.
Tuesday to Friday 08.00am Morning Prayer
Wednesday 09.00am ‘9.37’ Children’s Church [in term time]
Fun & games, with 10minute session in the middle for a picture book Bible story, prayers and songs.
10:30am Holy Communion 
Saturday 09.00am Morning Prayer
1st Sunday 10:45am Family Service
2nd Sunday 10:45am Family Communion
3rd Sunday 10:45am Matins
4th Sunday 10:45am Parish Communion 18.00pm Evensong
5th Sunday 10.45am United Eucharist service
After 10.45am services coffee and soft drinks are served at back of the church.
There is a Children’s Corner at the back of the church which is well stocked with books, toys and colouring pictures.
Family Service on the first Sunday is a short informal 30 minute service suitable for even the youngest children.
Family Communion on the third Sunday provides a simple introduction to the communion service and lasts about 45 minutes.
There is a children’s activity most Sundays at 10.45am service.
The bells are rung on Sunday morning at 10.15 before the 10.45 morning service. Practice night is on Mondays 20.00 to 21.15
Kimbolton is now a combined Benefice with Barham with Woolley, Covington, Easton, Spaldwick, Stow Longa and Tilbrook.