Storytelling in the Autumn - Storytelling with Marion Leeper will re-start in September.
There will be two other tea parties later in the summer (11th August at Sylvie’s and 1st September at Rosemary and Stephen’s). More details to follow.
Forthcoming church services. Our 10.30am and 6.30pm services will continue up to the end of July. It’s worth remembering that if you miss a service, you can read our minister Andrew Brown’s address on his blog at http://andrewjbrown.blogspot.com/ . During August, however, our minister will be on holiday and only a 10.30am will be held.
On 5th August, Michael Allured from Golders Green Unitarians will lead our worship. His theme will be ‘Making the best of it’.
On 12th August, Chris Carr visits us from Hull Unitarians and will speak about ‘Our Freedoms?’.
On 19th August, two of our church members Sue Tombs and Dipak Panchal are organising the service. Their theme will be ‘The Middleway - between physical and digital’ (not giving up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing) and it’s based on one of the resolutions passed at our General Assembly back in April.
26th August - Frank Walker, our Minister Emeritus, will be the worship leader.
2nd September. Our morning service will be led by Joan Cook, who is the currently President of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, to which our church is affiliated. Joan is a member of Edinburgh Unitarian Church. You can read more about her at https://www.unitarian.org.uk/pages/president
Please visit https://www.cambridgeunitarian.org/reflection/guest-pieces#!/addresses if you would like to read what visiting preachers have spoken about at our Sunday services.
Lunch Club - There will no lunch club during the remainder of 2018. A decision will be taken in January whether to resart.
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