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The best way to start the day is on an egg, according to some! This weekend, on Easter Sunday, a full breakfast is available from 8am until 9.15am at the Methodist Church with an Easter Egg Hunt starting at 9am. All the money raised will go to the East Africa Crisis Appeal.
The next Pop Up Coffee shop is this Tuesday 11th April, 8:45 – 11:30am, in aid of The Feeding Project, Vellore India.
This is run by a charity that works with the poorest people in India. It offers hot food to elders, who would otherwise go hungry.
The Pop Up Shop takes place at the Methodist Church from 8:45- 11:30am. Come & enjoy cakes, croissants, filter coffee & tea (fair trade of course) and help raise funds for The Feeding Project, Vellore.
Programme: Bach’s St John Passion
Tickets: £10, students £5, children free
( from The Village Shop or at the door).
Enquiries: Kate Dickens 872088
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn and Widor.
RICHARD GOWERS, Kings College, Cambridge
Admission £10 on the door
‘A THEORY OF ACCESS: WHO DO WE STILL DISABLE FROM ACCESSING GOD?’
Guest speaker Rebekah Blyth
You will be pleased to know that the Nave Roof has finally been completed. After a much delayed start, with problems of all descriptions, we now have a beautiful new Cumbrian slate roof. The slates vary in length up the slope and also in width. As the tiler said, ‘It is like playing chess to lay a roof like this’. But to see the completed roof is to see a work of art, which is a real joy, and of which we can all be very proud. It also means of course that All Saints’ remains open as a place of worship and peace for the whole of the village community for years to come, and we can remain dry while using it!
The next pop up coffee shop at the Methodist Church is this Tuesday 14th March 8:45- 11:30am. Come & enjoy cakes, croissants, filter coffee & tea (fair trade of course) and help raise funds for charity. This marks the 1 year anniversary of the pop up coffee shop- thank you for helping to raise over £1500 for local & international charities.
Rev Alison Walker
Castle Street, Cambridge and Haslingfield Methodist Churches, Cambridge