CAFOD have launched an appeal for funds to respond to the ebola crisis. See e-mail from Mary Watkins here.
This just in from Susan Suku and Lissamma Tity of the Indian Orthodox Church, who meet at the Church in Cambourne too:
Good Morning, We are delighted to announce that we are conducting a Food Festival with varieties of home made traditional Indian dishes on Saturday the 11th October at 11:00 am to 1:30pm.
The Venue will be at Cambourne Church Centre.
This is an opportunity for you to be free at home without preparing a lunch. So come along and be our clientele.
This year the food festival is going to be bigger and better than ever with lots and lots of wonderful traditional Indian dishes which include Chicken biriyani, Kappa biriyani, Cutlet, Fish Curry, Beef Fry and many more.
The money that we raise from this Food Festival will be used for the Church renovation at Papworth.
Please could I request you to come and enjoy a great feast at your home. It is only through your support that we are able to make this event a great success.
Thank you for supporting us in the past. We couldn’t do it without you.
Kind Regards, Susan Suku / Lissamma Tity
MOMS, ORTHODOX CHURCH,CAMBRIDGE
Please do come along and enjoy excellent food and company.
Join us after Mass on Saturday 8th November for some warm and hearty soup and rolls, with the usual combination of conversation and enjoyment while we wait for the Cambourne Fireworks display to begin at 7.30.
Money raised will go towards the processional cross fund.
We welcomed Father Peter Leeming to church, today. His homily discussed the paired readings from Isaiah and Matthew. The vineyard has been taken from its original tenants and given to us, but we must be vigilant: we must make sure that we are cultivating the vines and returning a rich harvest when the landowner comes to collect his produce.
The community’s Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist were re-commissioned during today’s Mass, and we look forward to serving for another year, both during Mass, and as we take the warmest greetings of the congregation, and the Body of Christ to people too unwell to attend Mass in person.