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Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and the God of all consolation, who consoles us in all our affliction.
2 Corinthians 1.3-4

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Volunteer guides needed for exhibition by Christian sculptor Liviu Mocan

Volunteer guides needed: Jubilee Centre has commissioned an exhibition by the eminent Christian sculptor Liviu Mocan, which will be on display outside Great St Mary’s church on King’s Parade, here in Cambridge, from the unveiling on 23rd July to the end of the year. The five brass sculptures are inspired by the five solas of the Reformation (sola scriptura, sola gratia,…

Azul Wasi concert – a huge thank you

The Azul Wasi concert raised £1,876, (including the Gift Aid that will be added).  A huge thank you to everyone who took part to make this such a wonderful celebration of our connection with Azul Wasi (and of Chris’s birthday!).  If you would like to read about the project or sign up for the twice-yearly Newsletter,…

Plants needed

The Friends of St Andrew’s will be running a plant stall outside the Church on Saturday 23 June.  Donations of plants for sale will be welcome. John Reynolds  

Christian Aid Week fund-raising – A BIG THANK YOU

A BIG THANK YOU to all the contributors,collectors, helpers and breakfasters who made our Christian Aid Week fund-raising so successful, netting a record £1,941. The mainstay is still the door-to-door collections which yielded £1,598. While a bit down on last year’s total of £1,815, it was more than made up for by the achievement of…

Burns Night Fundraiser

This medication is sold mostly in local pharmacies. But if you want to save some money, then you can buy Priligy online. At the same time, its price will be much lower, and for the convenience of customers, it is possible to order an operative delivery of the medicine directly under the door.

A huge (belated) thanks to all who helped with and attended the Burns Night Ceilidh, all the way back in January. It was a lovely evening with 70 people from the local community and church congregation enjoying a ceilidh in the Hall. We can now confirm that a total of £459.19 was raised from ticket…

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