Author Archives: Martin

Student welcome lunch with a Middle-Eastern theme

After the morning service on October 9th there will be a student welcome lunch with a Middle-Eastern theme. The service will be led by Rev Alison Walker and Katherine Fox, a volunteer with the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme for IsraelContinue reading

Harvest Breakfast

On Sunday 2nd October at 1000 there will be a continental breakfast before our service of all-age worship at 1045. All are welcome.

Family Barn Dance – Saturday 24th September

We’re holding another family barn dance on Saturday 24th September, starting at 1630 and with a shepherd’s pie supper at around 1730. The caller will again be Joyce Goodall. This is a social event for people of any age – … Continue reading

Table Talk looks at the book of Revelation

Table Talk has restarted for this term and by special request we are studying the Book of Revelation – which, be assured is not as weird as it seems! As ever, the group is open to everyone. Please arrive … Continue reading

Events calendar

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Are disabled people left behind?

On 14th February there will be no evening service at Castle Street. Instead, we are invited to go to the “Faith to Live by” service at Haslingfield Methodist Church, which starts at 1830. The speaker, Kirsty Smith, will address … Continue reading

Lent course – Pilgrimage

This year’s Lent course follows an new discussion series from the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland website. Each week, in our TableTalk slot, we are invited to gather in groups for reflection and spiritual conversation around a series … Continue reading

Homelessness Sunday

The speaker at our Homelessness Sunday evening service was Andy King, Single Homelessness Coordinator at Cambridge City Council. Andy shared some of his experience of working with homeless people, and paid tribute to the contribution made by the Cambridge Churches … Continue reading

Living with Differences: Marriage and Relationships

Christians have always had to live with differences unless severe repression has been in place. In the twentieth century, British Christians took very different views on pacifism and warfare or on divorce. Today they have conflicting views on same sex … Continue reading

Wireless internet available

We now have wireless internet access throughout the building freely available to users of our premises. Why not join us on Wednesday morning for a coffee?