St Andrew the Great (Round Church)

Church in Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)

St Andrew the Great (Round Church)

Main Meetings:

Sunday: 10.00 am Service with children's groups;
11.30 am Service during university term time;
5.00 pm Service


Evangelical, Anglican

Hymns & songs:

Spring Harvest, Hymns for Today's Church

Under 18s:

Supervised crèches (0-3)
Scramblers (3-4)
Climbers (4-6)
Adventurers (6-8)
Explorers (8-11)
Pathfinders (11-14)
Travs (14-18)


Focus (undergraduates including internationals)
HUB (20s-30s including postgraduates)
iHUB (international fellowship)

Local outreach & community activities:

Bounce-A-Round (parents, carers & toddlers)
iConnect (international women's group)
LIFE (men's dinner and discussion evenings)

Other activities & ministries:

Homegroups, Men's Bible study group, Women's Bible study groups, Wednesday Outlook (for the retired), Christianity explored courses, Christian life courses


Rev Alasdair Paine, Vicar; Rev Nathan Buttery, Associate Vicar for Families; Rev James Poole, Associate Vicar for Internationals;

Affiliations & links:


Main Bible:

New International Version

Average Congregation:

400 adults
75 under 18s

Special needs:

Ramp access, Wheelchair space, Hearing aid loop, Wordsheets, Toilet for the disabled



Office Contact:

Amy Cooper

Office Address:

St Andrew's Street

Office Telephone:

01223 518218

Tel: 01223 518218

Fax: 01223 327331

Email: Click to email


Meeting Venue

St Andrew the Great (Round Church)
St Andrew's Street

Travel and Parking Info:

Local car park, On a bus route


About Us:

The Round Church at St Andrew the Great is a large city-centre church in Cambridge made up of all types of people - young people, families, students and those from overseas. Our vision involves a commitment to three things: 1) the Bible and prayer; 2) a specific mission to the university communities in which we are placed; 3) mature discipleship for every member. We particularly seek to be a warm and welcoming environment for those who aren't Christians or who are interested in investigating the claims of Jesus Christ for themselves.