St Mary's Church, Eynesbury, St Neots 

The Bishop of Ely, Bishop Stephen with Rev. Deborah Noonan 
Rev. Debbie Noonan and her husband, the Rev. Jesse Zink moved to St. Neots from Phoenix, Arizona in the United States, where she served as an Assistant Priest at Trinity Cathedral. Rev. Noonan has a Masters in Divinity from Yale Divinity School, a certificate in Anglican Studies from Berkeley Divinity School at Yale and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia. She was ordained in the Diocese of Arizona as a deacon in 2009 and a priest in 2010. She enjoys hiking, running, yoga, and cooking. You may also see her cycling around the parish. Rev. Debbie is thrilled to be serving in Eynesbury and St. Neots. 
Rector- The Rev. Deborah Noonan 
Eynesbury Parish Office 
14 Chestnut Grove 
Eynesbury, St. Neots PE192DW 
Telephone: 01480 390 509 
Church Link Group 
Sonia Wilson 
Tara Skey 
Rev. Debbie Noonan 
Helen Rouse 
The purpose of the Church Link Group is to maximise the opportunity for further developing partnership between the school and the church; this includes planning joint services and activities. 
Extract from the SIAMS Church Inspection Report for Eynesbury Church of England Primary School  
- May 2015 
The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Eynesbury Primary as a Church of England school are outstanding
• The very effective leadership of the headteacher promotes the strong Christian vision and values of the school which ensures that policy and practices which enhance the church school distinctiveness, are fully embedded within school life. 
• A very strong emphasis is placed on the overarching Christian value of “Respect” which ensures an effective school ethos of care and support for each other which positively impacts on the well-being of all. 
• The significantly improved, strong and pro-active partnership between the school and the church ensures the whole community understands the distinctiveness of the school as a church school. 
• Christian values are known well and understood by all pupils who strive to live by them and this has a very affirmative effect on their personal, spiritual, moral and social development. 
A copy of the full report can be downloaded by clicking on the link on the left. 
Sunday Service Times 
(Please check the Diary and Notice Page for any changes in regular service times) 
09.30am - Holy Communion 
This service uses traditional language and there is incense occasionally. 
This service lasts for about 60 minutes. 
10:45am- A social time between services with conversation, coffee, tea and biscuits. 
11.15am -Family Service 
This is an informal service for people of all ages with communion. 
There is a program for children during term time and an informal talk for adults. 
This service lasts for about 50 minutes. 

School Childcare and Clubs 


Why not explore our School Calendar Page for more dates? 
Week commencing 11th September 
Thursday 14th September - First choir