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.
This summer St. Giles’ will once again serve refreshments on Wednesdays.
The church will be open as usual from 10 am, but in addition to this there will be a special time, between 3 and 4 pm, when there is a chance to chat over a cup of tea and a piece of cake about what is of concern: the news, the weather, the world, or anything else on your mind, concluding with informal prayers. We are hoping that some weeks there will be music too.
You are warmly invited to come along and give it a try.
Sylvia and Ank 01223 368150
Immediately after the Saturday evening Vigil Eucharist for Lammastide at 6 pm there will be a harvest supper, home baked breads, cheeses, a ham perhaps, chicken and sea food salads etc., and fruit with wine or cider. If you don’t usually come to that service and would like to, you are very welcome, but it would be helpful if you could let Ank Rigelsford know so that we don’t have slim pickings at a harvest feast!
19th Annual Summer Concert by Members of the Quartet Club of Cambridge. All Welcome. Free Admission. Retiring Collection.
All are welcome to share a delicious, freshly cooked Sunday lunch and friendly company. Normally this takes place on the first Sunday of each month. Please telephone Richard on 01223 364929 or the Parish Office on 01223 315000 if you wish to book a place. Cost of the lunch is £4 per head.
The menu for this month can be downloaded and viewed here.
University of Cambridge Concert Band proudly presents: Beam Me Up Miller! A concert full of excitement and adventure, features pieces like Die Meistersinger– Richard Wagner, In The Miller Mood– Arr. Warren Barker, To Boldly Go (Music from Star Trek)– Arr. Kemp/ Mariner And Many Others. Conducted by Philip Howie, Simon Mariner and William Haslam.
The University of Cambridge Concert Band boldly goes where no concert band has gone before.
Tickets available online or at door. Students £4 and Adults £6.
One of Cambridge's leading conductors and one of Cambridge's leading chamber orchestras join together for an evening of rapturous music for midsummer. Eleanor Cramer is the soloist for Samuel Barber's gorgeous evocation of a childhood summer, and the concert closes with Mozart's joyous final symphony.
Eleanor Cramer (soprano)
Ralph Woodward (conductor)
A concert of light music a selection of music on the theme of flight, in aid of Freedom from Torture.
Cambridge Concert Orchestra
Come and buy something special - homemade cakes, tray bakes, biscuits, quiches, tea breads and scones will be on sale, many of which are suitable for freezing, so come and stock up with our home baked specials!
Come and enjoy an hour of wonderful piano music to herald the coming of summertime.
Neil Hilgrove Colledge will play a number of pieces by Chopin including:
Mazurkas Opus 24, 30 and 33; Polonaises Opus 26, 40 and 53.
Free entry and retiring collection.