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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!
Notes from the Rector Archive
“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.
While Caldecote was manoevring Christmas services around record-breaking rainfall, our Rector was in Christchurch, New Zealand, in a church swap with Revd Matt Watts, who came to join the parishes of Comberton and Toft for the same time. Mike writes: Christchurch was a little bit of England at the other end of the globe, with [...]
In the latest edition of Lordsbridge Life Mike Booker contemplates Christmas in the antipodes: “From the start of December to mid January your Team Rector will be at the far end of the world. If that were not enough cause for rejoicing in itself, the added bonus is that Rev Matt Watts and his family [...]
This Summer, most of us will be spending as much time as we can fixed in front of our television sets. The Olympics always present a great spectacle, and knowing that they are happening just down the road (even if most of us don’t seem to know anybody who actually got tickets) adds to the [...]
This first weekend in June, the nation is celebrating our Queen’s diamond jubilee. And probably it genuinely will be most of the nation celebrating, not just the dedicated monarchists. Whatever people’s views on the idea of monarchy, there is a great deal of deep affection and respect for the Queen. Elizabeth II had the role [...]
April begins with Christians celebrating the greatest week of the year. We remember together the arrest, trial, and suffering of Jesus, and his death upon the cross. Then, on Easter Sunday, we join together in celebration, remembering that death could not hold him. Jesus returned to his friends, alive! Death is one of the last [...]