Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Cambridge

Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Cambridge

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Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Cambridge, England was founded as the 'Great Meeting' in 1687. As a congregational church it voted to join the new United Reformed Church in 1972.


Emmanuel United Reformed Church is close to the centre of Cambridge and here a welcome awaits all at whatever stage of faith and conviction.Worship lies at the heart of our life. Coming from the Reformed tradition we prize the preaching of God's word, set it in a context of song and music drawn from our rich heritage and from recent, contemporary, sources. We strive to enable all to worship God from the very youngest to very oldest. Worship overflows into Mission, including our Fare Shares Café.

We aim to be a church where it is safe to ask questions, express doubt, and seek answers. This we do within a richly diverse company of people who are willing to journey together as we make sense of the claim of Jesus Christ upon our lives in a complex world.


The founding Minister of the Great Meeting was Joseph Hussey; he is commemorated in the stained glass in the apse of the current building alongside John Greenwood, Henry Barrow, Oliver Cromwell, John Milton and Francis Holcroft.

Other Ministers have included:

And in recent years:

  • Tony Coates;
  • Derek Wales;
  • Paul Quilter; and
  • Lance Stone.


The original building was on Downing Place, Cambridge. The current building is on Trumpington Street. It was built to a...
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