Since the pandemic, we have continued several online groups as we've found these inclusive of those who find it more difficult to get out and about.
A Zoom Coffee morning continues on a Tuesday morning, providing a chance to link up with others and chat from the safety of our own homes.
On Thursday evenings there is a weekly online prayer meeting.
On a Wednesday evening, there is an online homegroup. This is a small group Bible studies and opportunity to pray together and get to know a small number of people well. This is sometimes interspersed with online central meetings, with the teaching and discussion led by the minister.
We have a Friday night youth group that meets some Friday nights during term time. This is for all children in secondary school and 6th form. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to contact Jack and Rosie for details.
We have been very involved with It Takes a City since we opened our kitchen to provide food for the homeless in hotels during the pandemic. We remain very involved especially in the provision of food and additional support to the winter shelter which runs from November through to March each year. By referral from various agencies and in partnership with Cambridge Sustainable Food and Cambridge FoodCycle we provide weekly food parcels throughout the year to those who have experienced homelessness.
Our church and centre are usually open 7 days a week. Our cafe of 26 years closed in 2020 but our halls are busy with church or community activities from a Christian language school (the Central Language School), worship meetings and Christian conferences to Rock and Roll dance or small CODA support groups. We've also welcomed Youth for Christ into our rooms at the front of the church centre and look forward to partnering with them over the next few years, and have been blessed with the friendship of many Ukrainians who are attending ESOL lessons run by the Cambridge Russian Speaking Society and Cambridge WEA.
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