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  • Hospitality

    'Let mutual love continue'

    Letter to the Hebrews 13.1


    Hospitality is central to our identity at St Paul's; through our weekly meals, we provide opportunities for people to meet, share, journey together and eat well. Each week, meals are prepared, cooked and served by volunteers from St Paul’s and the local community: all are welcome.

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    Monday Simple Supper

    6pm, Lower Hall

    Each week we eat a warm meal, listening to each others' stories as we share our food together. People attend from the local community, the congregation, and those who are homeless or those in food poverty. We suggest a donation of £2 for the meal but understand that not everyone is always able to pay this and some can pay much more.


    After clearing away we hold a service in the chapel at 7pm where we light candles for people as we pray for them. This is a powerful service which has the ability to change lives. Come along!


    For more information contact office@stpaulscambridge.org.uk

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    Thursday Lunch Club

    12.30pm, Lower Hall, £4 for two courses.

    Every Thursday, for the last 10 years we have hosted a two-course lunch at St Paul's for those who have links with the church and those who don't. There is much discussion about health, families and various trials and tribulations. People arrive early and linger in the foyer and many friendships are forged here. Food is of the highest quality and really nutritious and the users always thank the volunteer team who never know how many they will be feeding on that specific day! We have people who are not part of the congregation who volunteer in the kitchen as they love the ethos of St Paul's.


    You are warmly invited to attend a candle-lighting service at 12.15pm before the meal. This is held in the Lower Hall.


    For more information contact office@stpaulscambridge.org.uk

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    Friday Lunch Club

    12.30pm, Lower Hall, £5 for two courses followed by tea and coffee.

    A warm welcome and a freshly prepared meal with a lunch party feel with fresh flowers and set tables. All are welcome, especially those aged 60+. The atmosphere is welcoming, the food is good with two courses and a cup of tea or coffee to follow. The company is warm and inviting, it is great fun - do join us. No need to book.


    You are warmly invited to attend a Communion Service (Book of Common Prayer) in the Chapel before the service at 12.00 noon (access St Paul's Road).


    For more information contact office@stpaulscambridge.org.uk


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