Welcome to the 

Cheveley Group 



We pray to be generous and visible people of Jesus Christ 


Whoever you are, and whatever your reason for looking here, in the name of Christ we welcome you to our website.

Grace, mercy and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ be with you.

We are members of the Church of England comprising the congregations of Ashley, Cheveley, Kirtling and Woodditton.

As Christians, we believe in One God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God the Father created the world, his Son Jesus Christ saved the world through his death and Resurrection, and the Holy Spirit continues Christ's presence in the world to lead and inspire us.

We are here to love God and love our neighbour as ourselves through worship and service to our communities.

For Sunday services click: here and for Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals click: here

A prayer for our journey
We praise and thank you, God of the journey,
For all your gifts to us in the past.
We look to you as fellow traveller and faithful companion on the way ahead.
Shelter and protect us from all harm and anxiety;
Give us grace to let go of all that holds us back;
And grant us courage to meet the new life you have promised us
In Jesus Christ our Lord

Church of England

The Church of England - a Christian presence in every community.

The Diocese of Ely is under the care of Stephen Conway, the Bishop of Ely and David Thomson, Bishop of Huntingdon. 

The Church of England

Diocese of Ely

Village Website Links

The four villages of Ashley, Cheveley, Kirtling and Woodditton are situated a few miles from Newmarket in the county of Cambridgeshire. You can find out more about the villages by checking out the links below.

The Church Year

Advent: a time of preparation for Christmas.  
Christmas and Epiphany: celebrate the birth of Jesus, the visit of the wise men and Jesus' baptism
Lent: a time for self reflection and preparation for Easter 
Holy Week: the last week of Jesus' life 
Easter: celebrates Jesus' resurrection from the dead
Pentecost: the coming of the Holy Spirit 
Ordinary time: includes All Souls Day and Remembrance 

You can find out more about the church year here: Seasons and Festivals