This will be the only morning service for all the churches at castle. All are welcome to join this united family communion service. There is a Sunday School.
The Trail of Light, part of the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival, is a unique way to experience the architecture of the College chapels, the beautiful organs, and sublime choirs in a most unusual light. This event consists of a walk through the historic city of Cambridge at the discovery of three chapels: starting at St John's College at 4.00 pm, then to Magdalene College and St Giles' Church.
The Trail of Light, part of the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival, is a unique way to experience the architecture of the College chapels, the beautiful organs, and sublime choirs in a most unusual light. This event consists of a walk through the historic city of Cambridge at the discovery of three chapels: St John's College, Magdalene College and St Giles' Church. Participants will be given their own LED Lantern and, by walking from a venue to the next, they will become a moving light art installation.
A short recital by Chihiro Ono demonstrating her outstanding ability on three instruments – the violin, viola and baroque violin - with musical examples from each. A fitting finale to her talk the previous evening.
St Augustine’s Singers, conducted by Philip Mead, present a concert with readings on the theme of mortality for the first Sunday in Lent. Works by Fauré, Tavener, Purcell and Ives. Readings from Raleigh, Vaughan, anon and Bunyan will also be featured.
Jack Clarkson from the EAAA Service will give a first hand account of the work of the local air ambulance service and its two fully equipped helicopters, ANGLIA ONE and ANGLIA TWO. Between them the two helicopters provide a life-saving service reaching patients quickly and, if required, transporting them to hospital within minutes. A retiring collection will be taken.
Cambridge University built one of the world’s first successful computers (EDSAC) between 1947-49. A team at the National Museum of Computing is now constructing a working replica to show present and future generations how the computers, tablets and smartphones they now take for granted first started. Dr Andrew Herbert will describe how the team has forensically researched the original machine and has made the reconstruction authentic to 1940’s technology.
Chihiro Ono, artist in residence at St Augustine’s, in conversation with Philip Mead will talk about her life as a professional violinist from her early days in Japan to the globe trotting soloist that she is today. A fascinating insight into the life of a professional artist.
Virtual societies, how to solve problems, learn new things and make friends.
The internet is a wonderful source of information covering everything under the sun. This talk by Simone Castello will introduce you to opportunities to meet like-minded people, and find answers to common household, health and money questions. Simone is a marketing and digital communications professional based in Cambridge and CB4.