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New Vicar of Great St Mary's, the University Church, Cambridge

A warm welcome to the Reverend Canon Jutta Brueck, the new Vicar of Great St Mary’s Church in Cambridge.

The next Vicar of Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, the Reverend Canon Jutta Brueck, was inducted on Sunday, 24th September at 5.30 pm, by the Rt Revd Dr Dagmar Winter, Acting Bishop of Ely, in a service which included civic and university representatives.

Canon Jutta Brueck, a former chaplain of Fitzwilliam College and Priest-in-Charge of St. James, Wulfstan Way, Cambridge, has been serving as interim priest-in-charge of Great St. Mary’s since October 2022.

Jutta says, ‘I am delighted to be back in Cambridge and excited to become the Vicar of Great St Mary’s with Michaelhouse, a church that offers a place of welcome, worship and community for a wide range of people, young and old, local and from across the world.

I look forward to getting to know the congregations and wider community, the local businesses, as well as the University, civic and community organisations, to build on the strengths of Great St Mary’s as a place that connects people and provides a spiritual home in the centre of Cambridge.’

Jutta grew up in Germany and came to the UK to study European Business Administration. She has held posts in Higher Education Chaplaincy, parish ministry and leadership of new monastic communities, including most recently at All Hallows Convent, Ditchingham, in South Norfolk. Prior to that she served as Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas, Ipswich, as Assistant Area Dean of Ipswich and led programmes on Benedictine wisdom for renewal in the Diocese and Cathedral.

For further information about Great St Mary’s, please visit their website here -


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First published on: 26th September 2023
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