We are looking for a part-time Youth Worker and a part-time Children’s & Families’ worker.

For the right person these roles could work in conjunction.

Please download and print the relevant application pack. 

Youth Worker application pack

Children's & Familes' Worker application pack

In-Person Services


Dear friends,
Plans are in place for us to hold our first Sunday service in-person, since lockdown began in March.  The Leaders and Trustees are very grateful to the team (Wil, Susie, Kate Hitchings, and Helen Mendis) who have made this possible, putting many hours into reading and understanding the guidance and applying it to our context.

Please do read the attached protocol that details the procedures that we need to follow to keep everyone safe.  Because of the restrictions we have to put in place, the service will be quite different from our regular services and will be much more reflective in nature.  The services are likely to develop a pattern and style of their own as we meet in this way.  This first service will include communion.  [Please note that these afternoon services will not be available on Zoom or any other digital platform.  We will continue with our regular Sunday morning services on Zoom / YouTube.  The afternoon services are in addition.]

If you would like to attend the afternoon service, please first read the attached protocol, and then book in using the following link to a simple online form
Please complete one form per household, indicating how many from your household are booking in.  We can take up to 9 households, plus the team leading and managing the service.  Please feel free to book in whether you’re a household of one, or a household of six.  We can’t accommodate 9 households of six, but we can accommodate a mixture of different sized households and households of one very much help with the mix.  Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, where space allows.  Anyone on a waiting list will have priority at the next service.  [We plan to hold these afternoon services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.]

As always, if you have questions, please ask.  There will no doubt be new things for all of us to learn as we plan and implement these services.  The most important thing that we’re aiming to learn more fully in all this is what it means to love God and to love our neighbour.   Let us continue to encourage each other in this aim.

With love from 
Steve and Kate

Hardwick Evangelical Church
01954 211900 / 212556

Lockdown Letters

25 April 2020

Dear friends,

As the days turn into weeks, and the weeks into months, we need to persevere and stay strong in mind, body and spirit.  Some of us started from a good place.  Others of us were struggling before our world got turned upside down once again.  But wherever we started from, how do we find food and company for the mind, body and spirit to give us strength to survive and, dare I say it, to thrive?  

As a church, we’re finding ways to do this ourselves as well as linking with others in our community to share resources.

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27 March 2020

Dear friends,

In these desperate times we need each other more than ever, and we need to be able to express to God our confusion, fear, faith, hope and love – learning in these situations what it means:
*  to know we are loved by God;
*  to love God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength, and;
*  to love our neighbour as ourselves. + Read More

18 March 2020

Dear friends,

In this rapidly moving situation “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble”.  (Psalm 46:1)

You will be aware that the country is moving towards lock-down in an attempt to reduce the spread of coronavirus and that advice is to avoid all non-essential social contact, in which I’m told the government includes faith groups.  In addition, Hardwick Primary School, along with other local schools has cancelled all out-of-school groups using the premises with immediate effect. + Read More

Past News Sheets

READ February 2020. We’re recruiting! And moving!
READ January 2020. Christmas hampers. Back to business as usual.
READ December 2019. Christmas Events, Kate’s ministerial accreditation, and an important opportunity to pray for the General Election.
READ November 2019. Mission focus on D.R. Congo. Joint area service.
READ October 2019. Susie’s sponsored walk. Steve and Kate back from sabbatical.
READ September 2019. Special month of prayer. New minister in Cambourne.
READ June 2019. Support for parents of children with additional needs. Steve & Kate’s sabbatical. Movement & meditation sessions in Comberton.
READ May 2019. Pedal from Pippins. Community Choir in Hardwick. Easter photos.
READ April 2019. Easter in Hardwick. Alpha is coming!
READ March 2019. Alpha taster Sunday. Village community centre. Daily Bread online.
READ February 2019. Preparing for change – locally and nationally. The Lisa Kent Trust.
READ January 2019. A look back at Christmas. Tyndale House. WCCYM. Alpha course.