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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!
Building updates Archive
…but for a church that dates back to the 1100s, a running water supply for the first time in 900 years is a major achievement! We are immensely grateful to the generous benefactor who made it possible, to Sheila Stephenson for her dogged determination last year in the face of numerous bureaucratic complexities, and to [...]
Stage Two of the plan to get running water into the church is now underway. In case you’re misled by the photo, it’s not a well! The hole is preparation for the technique of ‘moling’ that will create a tunnel in the ground to lay the water pipes. Stage One brought water across the road [...]
According to the Gospel of Matthew, God “lets rain fall on the righteous and the unrighteous”. And in our churchyard while the recent rains have caused the grass to flourish, they’ve also given weeds a helping hand too! We’ve decided to have a working party morning in the churchyard and if you’d like to join [...]
To go to church, of course! Yes, the first stage of our plan to bring a much-needed water supply into the church is complete, thanks to a local benefactor whose generosity made the project possible. Before Easter, Cambridge Water dug up Main Street, and installed pipes underneath the road to bring water to the edge [...]
Caring for our past …with hope in the future: Our churchyard is a place of history with its many gravestones which speak to us of times past. It is a place of peace and quiet, but most important of all, it is a place held dear to our community because the remains of our loved [...]
A copy of our latest newsletter can be downloaded here and printed out for easy reference. It gives details on upcoming services, events, and latest information on church building maintenance and plans. St Michael’s News – Summer/Autumn 2011 (pdf)