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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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The Friends of St Andrew’s Lunchtime Concerts

The Friends of St Andrew’s Lunchtime Concerts in the Church Friday 5th October. 12.30pm. Music for Clarinet, Piano & Voice with Tricia Troughton, John Marsh & David Drury. Friday 19th October. 12.30pm. The Montague String Quartet. Saturday 27th October. 12.30pm. Violin Recital with Eugenie Dalgleish. Free Admission with retiring Collections for The Friends towards Church…

Azul Wasi fundraising breakfast: Thank you!

Huge thanks to everyone who came to the breakfast for Azul Wasi last Friday and to all who helped to make it such an enjoyable occasion. The magnificent sum of £452.60 (incl Gift Aid) was raised. Ian and Margaret Nimmo-Smith

Recruitment Open Day – The Edmund Trust

I work for The Edmund trust, a charity which has been established for over 70 years, supporting people with learning disabilities. We support people in their own homes or in residential settings to help live fulfilled lives and gain independence. We have services and support people in Ely, Little Downham, Milton, Histon and Chesterton at…

BESOM Project – Sunday 30 September

We are gathering a team of adults and young people from St Andrew’s to complete a BESOM project on Sunday 30 September, likely from 2-6pm. The BESOM is a local Christian charity that arranges practical projects (usually gardening or painting) for church groups to serve someone who needs it in their local community. Due to…

Do you have a re-usable coffee cup?

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.

Do you have a re-usable coffee cup?  We throw away 2.5 billion disposable coffee cups every year in the UK, fewer than 1 percent of which are recycled because of the plastic film liner on the inside.  Here at St Andrew’s, we use recyclable cups when serving coffee in church on the first Sunday of…

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