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Refugee Week

cambridgesanctuaryRefugee Week: 17 – 23 June 2019

The theme of Refugee Week this year is “You, me and those who came before”. Several events are being held in Cambridge to mark this week.
Some are listed below. 


Monday 17 June at 7. 30 pm
Calais Children: A case to answer – film, public meeting and discussion with the director. Jesus Lane Friends Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane, Cambridge CB5 8BA

Tuesday 18 June 7.30 pm – 10. 00 pm
Na – Mara in concert, St Barnabas Centre, Old School Hall, Mill Road, CB1 2BD
Tickets are £8 in advance from https://cambridgefolkclub.co.uk/collections/tickets/products/20190618-tuesday-18th-june-na-mara
£10 on the door

Wednesday 19 June 1.00 pm – 2.00 pm
Talk by Mary Stretch – Calais Light, ARU East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT
Please book on www.anglia.ac/uk/communityevents

Wednesday 19 June at 6.00 pm
Talk by Ghaith Jalabneh – Life in refugee camps, ARU East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT
Please book on www.anglia.ac/uk/communityevents

Thursday 20 June 7.30 pm – 9.15 pm
Mayfield Primary School Warwick Road CB4 3HN, 
Come and share stories and bring a favourite dish that reminds you of “home”. This is a free event but booking is essential. http://bit.ly/2M5LZ5j

Saturday 22 June 10 am – 12 pm
Institute of Criminology, Sedgewick Ave, CB3 9DA Basement Room B4
Morning tea: come and meet the other Cambridge groups that are involved in refugee Week and learn about the stories of refugees and those that welcome them.

Saturday 22 June at 7.30 pm
The ARU East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT, The Strummers’ Refugee Week Concert, www.strummers.org/
Tickets are £6/£5 concessions, Cambridge City of Sanctuary, Talk by Ghaith Jalabneh – Life in refugee camps
ARU East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT
Please book on www.anglia.ac/uk/communityevents

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Receptionist / Assistant Administrator

All Saints is looking to appoint a Receptionist / Assistant Administrator, to work 10 hours per week, Monday to Friday 9.30-11.30am. Duties include welcoming visitors, answering phone and email enquiries, and varied clerical tasks.
Please speak to David (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for more details.

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Thy Kingdom Come

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Monday 3rd June
8pm to (approx..) 9.00 pm (meet at All Saints)
Men’s Prayer Walk (around and through the roads of Milton). Praying a blessing for our community, claiming our village for the kingdom. Complete the evening with a time of fellowship over a pint.


Thursday 6th June: Late Prayer 9pm to 9.45 pm
Quiet reflective prayer to round off your day.


Saturday 8th June: Pause and Pray 10:30am
In the Church, a time of quiet prayer for self, friends and family, Milton and the world beyond.
A short reflection including the story of how one woman’s prayer for a new home is still being fulfilled 150 years later
Followed by music, prayer stations and information to help you pray & coffee and cake in the church hall afterwards (because cake is a celebration of God’s goodness!). All welcome


How can you join in daily? Sign up for emails by going to https://www.thykingdomcome.global/ or download the App via Google Play (Android) and App store (Apple). It is free and a fab way to journey through the 11 days on the go.

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Cleaner

We are looking for a reliable cleaner for four and a half hours a week to clean the Church Hall. The hours required would be 8am - 9.30am Monday, Wednesdays Fridays. For further details please contact Michelle in the Church office on 01223 441007 or by email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Cambridge food bank

Thank you for your ongoing donations to the Cambridge City Food Bank. The need for food is increasing. The following items are urgently required, please deposit in the box in the foyer.
 Long Life Milk (not Soya, Almond, Oat, etc.)
 Long Life Fruit Juice
 Cooking Oil - 500 ml preferred (1 litre max)
 Granulated Sugar - 500 gram preferred (1kg max)
 Tinned Rice Pudding
 Tinned Meats
 Tinned Vegetables (green beans, peas, carrots, mixed veg, sweetcorn)
 Instant Coffee - small jars
 Toiletries and sanitary products are always welcome.

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'Freedom' - Womens Day 2019 online booking

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Click here for a brochure with full details. A poster is available here if you would like to display one at your church.

We are now full, so are unable to take further bookings online. 

We will not use your contact details for purposes other than contacting you about your booking. Please tick the 'agree to mailing list' option and we will make sure you are kept up to date with future Womens' Days at All Saints. Personal information is stored according to our privacy policy, available here.

Times and details may be subject to change.
Any problems with web payments or any questions,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Electoral Roll Update

A completely new Electoral Roll needs to be prepared this year (2019), so please remember to complete and return an Electoral Roll application form as soon as you can to the church office, or pop in the church office box in the foyer.

The Electoral Roll is the basic list maintained in every parish of all those entitled to vote on elections within the Church of England. Those entitled to have their names on this roll have to be 16 years of age or more and they must reside in the relevant parish or be regular worshippers in church whose roll they wish to join. It does not cost you anything, or directly affect the Parish contributions to the Diocese.

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