Students/Young Adults

From shared meals and services to films and games, our Autumn 2017 events programme offers hospitality to everyone. We are on Facebook and Twitter, and are an SCM Link Church.

St Paul’s Hills Road welcomes people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, and identities. We are an informal, organic, and eclectic church in the heart of Cambridge. The congregation and community are truly diverse, with young adults and students from across Cambridge as part of an inclusive family. Everyone is invited to participate in life at St Paul’s, from Sunday worship to weekday outreach groups and social events.

St Paul’s believes that God’s love gives us unique opportunities to become truly ourselves in reaching out to others with compassion and authenticity. We believe in living life to the full, exploring potential, thriving together and supporting one another, and sharing skills and talents for the common good. At St Paul’s our doors are open wide.

Our services:
Sunday 10:30am and 6pm,
Monday 7pm (evening prayer),
Tuesday 7pm (Iona healing service),
Wednesday 7.30am (morning prayer),
Friday 12pm (BCP – traditional language)
Our events:
Every Monday, 6.00pm – Simple Supper (fresh home–cooked food and great conversation, everyone welcome, £2 donation)
Sunday 17 Sept, 7.30–9.30pm – Games Night (play classic boardgames, learn new ones, and eat some pizza)
Sunday 24 Sept, 7.30–9pm – Exploring Faith (topics in Christianity for the curious, the questioning, and the open–minded)
Sunday 1 Oct, 6–8.30pm – Book Launch One for Sorrow (Author and priest Alan Hargrave will discuss his new book about the tragic death of his young son)
Sunday 8 Oct, 7.30–9.30pm – Film Night: ‘Lars and the Real Girl’ (Lars (played by Ryan
Gosling) is socially awkward, in love, and bewildered by life. The girl of his dreams is out there somewhere…)
Sunday 15 Oct, 7.30–9.30pm – Games Night (play classic boardgames, learn new ones, and eat some pizza)
Sunday 29 Oct, 7.30–9pm – Exploring Faith (topics in Christianity for the curious, the questioning, and the open–minded)
Sunday 5 Nov, 7.30–9.30pm – Film Night: ‘Of Gods and Men’ (An Algerian monastery in the 1990s gets caught in a religious fundamentalist conflict and has to make a life or death decision. Based on a true story)
Saturday 11 Nov, 10.30am–1pm – Art at the Fitz (meet at St Paul’s to walk together to the Fitzwilliam Museum to explore 1000 years of creativity and do some sketching)
Sunday 19 November 7:30pm - 9pm – Inspired to Follow: God in the Art Gallery (this
workshop connects Caravaggio’s famous painting The Supper at Emmaus with Christianity today)
Saturday 2 Dec, 11am–1pm – The Big Brunch (enjoy the deliciousness of a Full English
Breakfast and raise money for charity – £4 donation to CCHP, who provide shelter for Cambridge’s homeless every winter)
Sunday 3 Dec, 6pm – Advent Carol Service (seasonal favourites by candlelight, followed by mince pies and mulled wine)