Visit Us and Contact Us
The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is located in Westminster College on Madingley Road in Cambridge, CB3 0AA. As you face the front of Westminster College, the entrance to the CCCW is on the far left of the building. If you cannot find our entrance, the people at Westminster’s front desk can direct you. Detailed directions are below.
The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide
Tel: +44 (0)1223 330640 (Centre) / +44 (0)1223 330642 (Library direct)
We are open to the public. Our opening hours are:
- Monday to Thursday: 9am to 4pm
- Closed for lunch from 1-1.30pm.
- Friday: 9am to 1pm
The door is usually locked during opening hours. Please ring the bell and we’ll be happy to let you in.
Email us or use the contact form below.
Cambridge is located at the junction of the M11 (from the south), the A428 (from the west), the A14 (from the east and north-west), and A10 (from the north). There is limited parking at Westminster College. If you are coming for the day there is a £5 parking fee.
Park and Ride
Cambridge is easily accessible from London (King’s Cross or Liverpool Street stations), Peterborough for points north and west, and Norwich and King’s Lynn. Train schedules may be checked online.
It is just over a 1.5 miles from the station to the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide. There are taxi ranks at the train station. The walk takes you directly through the Centre of Cambridge. There are also several city buses (#1, #3, or #7) that run from the station to the centre of the city, which shortens the walk considerably.
By Bus & Walking
Buses #1, #3, or #7 will take you from the rail station to the city centre. From there, you can walk to the CCCW. (see Google map above)
The National Express serves Cambridge, as does the X5 service that connects Cambridge and Oxford via Milton Keynes and Bedofrd. The X5 stops on Northampton St. just around the corner from Westminster College and the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.
National Express services stop at Parker’s Piece. From there, you may walk to St. Andrew’s St. on the south side of Parker’s Piece (see Google map above). There is also a taxi rank at Parker’s Piece.