[img_assist|nid=498|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=94|height=100]SOME MEMORIES OF AN ECUMENICAL CHURCHMAN
David Thompson, retired Cambridge University Professor of Modern Church History, will speak about his 40 year involvement in the ecumenical movement, including dialogues with the Roman Catholic Church, the World Council of Churches and the Eastern Synod of the United Reformed Church.
[img_assist|nid=489|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=96|height=100]THE ROMANS IN AND AROUND CAMBRIDGE
Alison Taylor, former County Archaeologist for Cambridgeshire and now Editor for the Institute for Archaeologists, will give an illustrated talk about Roman Cambridge and archaeological sites in the surrounding area.
Stephen Montague, the internationally-known composer, will give an illustrated talk about some of his extraordinary compositions for unusual locations and instruments, including his 'horn concerto' for klaxon horn and automobiles and his 'Pastoral Symphony' for two herds of Cumbrian sheep.
This is the only morning service in the parish, when they congregations of St. Augustine's, Castle St. Methodist, St. Luke's and St. Giles' will worship together.