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The Caldecote Catch-up
The weekly Light Bible Study Group
If you’d like to get together with others from Caldecote to think about the Bible, join us for the Light Bible Study Group. No prior experience necessary! Rosanna's house (81 Highfields Road) every Monday evening 8-9pm.
All are welcome – come when you can, whenever you can make it.
Events in the coming months:Mixed in with our regular church services at St Michael's are a range of special services and events hosted in the church, at the Village Hall, or in the beautiful grounds of Childerley's Farm Estate.
EVENT & VENUE DATE & TIME Special concert: the Galliard Trio perform in the church 15th June (time tbc) Caldecote Open Gardens weekend 22nd and 23rd June, 2-6pm
Friends of Caldecote Church
The Friends of Caldecote Church are a group of people who value the most ancient building in our village. Their aim is twofold: to raise money to repair and revive this listed building, and to enjoy themselves along the way!
This Sunday at Caldecote Church…. …is our service of Holy Communion in the church, led by Robert Stephenson and starting at 11am.
Welcome to St Michael and All Angels The Anglican church of St Michael’s serves the parish of Caldecote and Childerley, just west of Cambridge
Latest News and Events
“It seems”, writes Alan Hargrave in the latest issue of the Board for Church in Society’s newsletter, “to be par for the course these days, if you read the tabloids, to think that people on benefits are basically slackers who are draining the economy and preventing the recovery, while the rest of us are working [...]
All are welcome this Wednesday evening (15th May) to come along to Coton Parish Room at 8pm and find out a bit about our local team of parishes – the Lordsbridge Team Ministry.
The last meetings of both our Diocesan Synod and the Bishop’s Council both set aside their normal agenda to listen to each other about ‘What is our desired future?’, and to listen to God so that it is His desires in us that we are hearing, not only our own.
At this week’s service Mike mentioned an upcoming free lecture in Cambridge on the historical emergence of Islam. It’s one of a series of lectures and discussion events in the Round Church in central Cambridge.
“We look back on a year when a great deal has happened”, says Mike Booker in his annual report. “The life of the church has continued to flourish in its distinctive, and numerically small way.” Read the full report here.
In the fourth of his ‘This Week’ series, student vicar Richard Attew reflects on another aspect of living as an everyday Christian, taking 1 Peter 3:15 as his inspiration.