worship14Holy Communion is the central act of worship in the Cheveley Group, as it is in most churches, since it was initiated by Christ himself at his Last Supper when he asked his followers to share bread and wine as symbols of his body and blood which he sacrificed for them and for all people.

So, when Christians meet to share this Communion with Christ and with each other it brings together all believers in heaven and on earth as the living "Body of Christ" where they are fed by him and then sent out in his Spirit to do his work in the world. It is the meal of God's Kingdom when all things past, present and future are brought together and offered up again in Christ's name and to his glory.

Consequently, there is a time of Confirmation preparation offered to those who wish to become more committed to Christ and to receive Holy Communion with their Christian brothers and sisters. It becomes a symbol of their oneness-in-Christ.

More information about Holy Communion and Confirmation can be found on the Church of England website: Confirmation

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

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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