Thu 4 Apr - 6.45 for 7pm - at St Paul's Church, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 1JP.  Pubic talk when Extinction Rebellion Cambridge will share the latest climate science on where our planet is heading, discuss some of the current psychology around climate change and offer solutions through the study of social movements. Everyone is welcome. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and you'll hear about how to join the Extinction Rebellion movement in the run up to the international rebellion starting on 15th April. Tickets are limited due to seating capacity at the venue - if you book a ticket and then realise that you can't make it, it would really help us out if you could release your booked tickets so that others can come. Full details at

Sun 7 Apr - 10.30am service - Mark Mason, one of our church members, will give the address at our 10.30am service. His topic is 'Born Again'. Afterwards, our Bring & Share Lunch. Please (if you are able) bring some food, savoury or sweet, to share on the buffet table. Andrew Brown is taking a week's holiday, and there will be no evening service of mindful meditation on 7 April.

Wed 10 Apr - 6.15 for 6.30 -7.45pm in the church - XR Cambridge Non Violent Direct Action (NVDA) Training
Extinction Rebellion (XR) Cambridge is holding another 'introduction to non-violent direct action - both theory and practice'. They will provide a briefing about XR and the campaign to address the climate emergency. Members and friend of our church are invited to join this growing diverse and peaceful movement of people united to demand action on climate change. If you wish to attend, please click on the following link:  You are advised to register in advance. Tea and coffee will be provided. If you have any questions, please contact Derek: [javascript protected email address]">[javascript protected email address]

Fri 19 Apr - 6.30pm - Good Friday Communion Service 
Andrew Brown writes: Using Luke's gospel, every year here in this church, on Good Friday at 6.30pm, we remember and reflect upon the story of Jesus' last days leading up to, and including, his crucifixion upon the cross. The hour-long reflection begins with a short service of communion and all people of good-will are welcome to attend, whether they belong to this church or to none, or whether they formally understand themselves as being Christian or not. If you would like to read through the whole service before deciding whether to come or not please click on the following link:
The service finishes, as do all our services, with a time to share together further conversation, tea and coffee and, on this evening, hot-cross buns. 

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