Festive Care packages

One of the children from our village would like to make and give out 50 care packages to the homeless this Christmas. If anyone is able to donate some of the following,
please leave them in the collection box in the Hall foyer: soap/shampoo, tissues/wipes, toothbrush, toothpaste, ladies hygiene, products, sweet treats, deodorant, hats, gloves, scarves, socks.

Thank you!

Alpha

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Alpha has around ten sessions and includes food, a short talk, and a discussion at the end where you can share your thoughts. There is a course running in Milton now, just come along and don't worry if you've missed some, you can catch up with the sessions online. (Mondays starting September 9th) . For more information speak to David or visit alpha.org. If you or someone you know is interested in coming along please contact the church office on 01223 441007 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Create for Christmas

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Book online below. Payments can be made via credit/debit card or paypal account and are processed securely via Paypal.

Create For Christmas

To book multiple places of different types on one booking, book all of one category first above, then others can be added after clicking the 'Add to cart' and then clicking the 'continue shopping' link after selecting the first ticket type. This will return you to this page where you can add more tickets. You will have chance to review all bookings prior to entering payment details.

You will recieve a e-mail confirmation once your booking has been processed and confirmed, please allow a few days for administration. Payments will appear on your statement as 'PCCALLSAINT'. We will not use your contact details for purposes other than contacting you about your booking.

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Ekisa Quiz Night

Saturday 21st September, All Saints Church Hall, 7pm


Everyone welcome, come and join in the fun! Teams of up to 6 members, minimum donation of £5 per person
Please contact Roger Lemon or the office for more details and to register your team.

Visitors Group meeting

There is a meeting for all members of the Visitors' Group on Wednesday 18 September at 7.30 pm at Jackie Metcalfe's home. If you would like to be involved in parish visiting do please come and join us. For further details coctact the office.

Clothes Fair

Alice Bates is hosting a ‘Clothes Fair’ on Friday 6th September, 7pm - 9.30pm.

A great way to help the environment, get some new items for your Autumn wardrobe and help raise funds for Alice’s gap year with ‘SOUL61’. If you have any clothes to donate/swap please do bring them to church this Sunday, in a bag clearly labelled or contact the office to arrange another time to drop them off. Thank you

Here is a link to find out more https://www.facebook.com/events/582484492282961/

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

Friends of Freetown collection

Jeremy and Amy are currently collecting children's books & stationery (picture books–teens, novels, fiction, non-fiction & text books). These will be shipped to the schools
they support in Sierra Leone, through the charity ‘Friends of Freetown’. If you have any items to donate, please do pop them in the box placed in the church lobby. Thank you