Lent Study at St. Luke's-The Beatitudes

Location: 
St. Luke's Church, Victoria Road, Cambridge, CB4 3DZ

This group will meet in the south chapel of St. Luke's.
Details of other Lent study groups in the parish are downloadable here.

Date: 
Repeats every week 6 times.
Tue 12 Mar 14:30 to 16:00
Tue 19 Mar 14:30 to 16:00
Tue 26 Mar 14:30 to 16:00
Tue 2 Apr 14:30 to 16:00
Tue 9 Apr 14:30 to 16:00
Tue 16 Apr 14:30 to 16:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other

Morning Prayer at St Giles'

Location: 
St. Giles' Church, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ

The usual pattern is for a fortnightly service at St. Giles' on first and third Tuesdays, except during the month of August and the week following Easter Sunday.

Date: 
Repeats every 2 weeks every Tuesday 4 times.
Tue 5 Mar 09:30 to 10:00
Tue 19 Mar 09:30 to 10:00
Tue 2 Apr 09:30 to 10:00
Tue 16 Apr 09:30 to 10:00
Special: 
0
Type: 
service

Quiet Day at St. Giles': Drop, Drop, Slow Tears

Location: 
St. Giles' Church, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ

This will be a day of reflection, offering an exploration of the meaning of Lent, led by Will Lyon Tupman, who is currently a Lay Pastoral Assistant at St Michael's Croydon.
The booking form is available in the churches, or downloadable here.

Date: 
Sat 16 Mar 10:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other

Finding a lost medieval church of Cambridge: excavations of All Saints by the Castle

Location: 
St. Giles' Church, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ

In the medieval period there were three churches on Castle Hill; St. Giles, St. Peter by the Castle and All Saints by the Castle. St. Giles survives as a parish church, while St. Peter still stands although it is now redundant. No trace of All Saints survives, but excavations in the 1970s uncovered over a hundred skeletons from its cemetery. These are currently being studied using state of the art scientific techniques. This talk will discuss the evidence for All Saints and the results of the ongoing analysis.

Date: 
Thu 14 Mar 11:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other

Cambridge Sinfonietta Easter Concert

Location: 
St. Giles' Church, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ

Programme:
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Suite
with dancers from the King Slocombe School of Dance

Boccherini: Rondeau for flute and strings
Flute: Fleur Alison Robin Hayles

Rachmaninoff - Six Morceaux Op. 11
Orchestrated by Peter Britton

Dvorak: Slavonic Dances Op. 72, 1 and 2

Conductor: Peter Britton
Leader: Oya Takmaz
Tickets: £9, concessions £6, children £2
Available on the door.

Date: 
Thu 4 Apr 20:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other

UCCB Concert

Location: 
St. Giles' Church, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ
Date: 
Fri 14 Jun 20:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
service
Admission: 

Annual Parochial Church Meeting

Location: 
St. Luke's Church, Victoria Road, Cambridge, CB4 3DZ

Everyone is welcome to attend, to hear reports of the work of the various committees in our parish churches and those with delegated responsibilities, and the financial reports. Anyone who is on the electoral roll for the Parish of the Ascension will be able to vote for churchwardens and PCC members.

If you are not on the electoral roll but would like to join, please contact the Parish Office.

Date: 
Tue 9 Apr 19:30
Special: 
1
Type: 
other
Admission: 

Men's Discussion Group

Location: 
Enquire at Parish Office

This meeting is exceptionally on the second Tuesday, to discuss the topic 'Looking in the Mirror'.
The Group meets monthly, usually on the first Tuesday of the month. We welcome all Church at Castle members, and all who are interested in the month's topic. We discuss topics of religious or ethical significance as identified by members. For general or current details of discussions, please contact the Parish Office in the first instance.

Date: 
Tue 12 Feb 20:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other
Admission: 

The Island Called Nowhere: William Morris and George Orwell compared

Location: 
St. Augustine's Church, Richmond Rd., CB4 3PS

Utopia means either “the good place” or “no place”. In his story News from Nowhere (1890), William Morris imagines the perfectly happy society and calls it “nowhere”. Nearly 60 years later, George Orwell does the opposite in Nineteen Eighty Four, imagining the sort of society we now call Dystopia. But in some ways, Utopia and Dystopia resemble one another. Clive Wilmer, poet and critic, Emeritus Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, and Master of John Ruskin’s Guild of St George, explains all.

Date: 
Fri 5 Apr 18:00
Special: 
1
Type: 
other

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