Welcome to the church of St Peter in the village of Barton, Cambridgeshire. This was a flourishing village even in Saxon times, for it is mentioned three times in the Domesday Book. In modern times, the village is part of the Lordsbridge Team Ministry in the Bourn Deanery of the Diocese of Ely, with Team Vicar Rev. Rebecca Gilbert taking special responsibility for Barton and the neighbouring villages of Coton, Haslingfield and Harlton.
Our Parish Church is open for private and public prayer, for worship, or just to visit, during daylight hours each and every day.
St Peter’s holds a Coffee Morning in the church from 10.00 to 11.30 am, on the first Saturday of every month during the Summer. These are becoming increasingly popular and free of charge to anyone who comes along. There is an opportunity to chat whilst having tea, coffee and biscuits. You can also peruse our second hand book stall and maybe find your next read. The next date is Saturday 5th September. Come along and join us.
…….. on Wednesday 23rd September in Barton Village Hall. Come along from 8.45am to enjoy fresh coffee, tea, croissants, cake, toast and marmalade or just for a chat. All are welcome, young and old! We hope to see you there.
Following its previous performance a couple of years ago, The Cam Saxophone Quartet will again be performing in Barton Church, on Saturday 19th September, at 7.30pm. Entrance to the concert is free, but donations will be invited at the end of the concert. The music is varied and there is something for everyone. Come along and join us for another wonderful performance from these talented players.