Christmas songs and folk songs sung by the St Augustine's Singers conducted by Philip Mead with Clare Simmonds (piano)
As spring arrives, and warmth & light return to Cambridge, we close another term with a concert. Headlining with Windows of the World, we'll be venturing to the countryside with Lincolnshire Posy, Dallas, Texas with Symphony X, and New York with a selection from West Side Story, to name but a few.
The University of Cambridge Concert Band are holding all this for one night only on Friday 17th March. Tickets available at £4 for students and £6 for adults, here
It promises to be quite the show!
Christmas cake workshop. There is a small charge for materials and pre-booking is essential. Tel: 01223 315000
A celebration of the American Thanksgiving holiday in style, dining by candlelight amidst the decorated Christmas trees. Tickets at £7.50 must be booked in advance; please contact Geoff Dumbreck by telephone on 01223 315000, or email. All proceeds will help to fund the Christmas Tree Festival.
Following the Nativity Service there will be a Christmas sale. This is in aid of our current charity, Commitment for Life, Silveira House and the Dabane Trust in Zimbabwe.
TO GO IN PEACE
A candle-lighting service to remember those who have died on our roads, and to give thanks for the Emergency Services.
All are welcome, especially those who have been bereaved in recent months. Refreshments will be served after the service.
For more information contact Revd Deborah McVey on 01223 217769
This Sunday morning there will be a single, united family communion, with all the churchatcastle congregations joining together. Everyone is welcome.
All Age Worship and Holy Communion take place once a month.
All are welcome to come and share the fun and games, music, yummy food and a visit by Father Christmas.
Community at Christmas - St Giles, at the bottom of Castle St, is an inclusive church and a place for the whole community.
Domestic preparations for Christmas traditionally begin on "Stir up Sunday", which falls this year on Sunday 20th November.
Join us at 2.30 pm that afternoon for a Christmas Pudding Workshop.
Learn how to make a pudding, help make a pudding for the church and take away the recipe and know-how to make your own.
We look forward to seeing you!
A collection will be taken to support the Christmas Tree Festival