Our bells are renowned as one of the most celebrated rings of bells within the ringing fraternity. They are rung by local ringers from around the Cambridge area for mid-week services, weddings and special occasions.
If you would like any further information please contact Paul Seaman tel. 01223 351659 or mobile 07802 739105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a good selection of books, pamphlets, rosaries, statues, greeting cards (First Holy Communion, Confirmation, birthday, anniversaries, sympathy, etc.) plus a variety of presents and souvenir articles.
We are open before and after most Sunday morning Masses. Browsers are welcome.
The official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of Caritas International. Across the world we bring hope and compassion to poor communities, standing side by side with them to end poverty and injustice. We work with people of all faiths and none. Inspired by Scripture and Catholic Social Teaching, and the experiences and hopes of people living in poverty, CAFOD works for a safe, sustainable and peaceful world. Together we pray, act and give to help our brothers and sisters living in poverty around the world.
This parish supports CAFOD, raising funds each year through the Fast Day collections (Harvest and Lent), emergency appeals, Lenten lunches, and a range of other prayer and social events.
CAFOD works in partnership with agencies of the Catholic Church across the world. Because of these partnerships, between this parish and overseas partners, CAFOD keeps the cost of raising money low, making sure we can help more people.
Anyone willing to help in any way please contact
www.cafod.org.uk and www.cafodeastanglia.wordpress.com
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A monthly group for those age 18-35. We usually bring and share supper, hold discussions, and give time for adoration in the Church.
We meet on Monday at 18:30 in the parish centre behind the Church. New faces are always welcome!
This parish is a founder member of the Cambridge City Foodbank, responding with care and charity for people in crisis living locally.
Cambridge City Foodbank works to support people who find themselves on the edge of disaster, following a sudden crisis, such as a redundancy, delayed benefit payments, illness, etc.
We help by giving our nutritionally balanced emergency food to people who have nowhere else to turn. And by putting people in touch with other agencies that can offer support.
Each month we collect non-perishable food donated by parishioners. We often recommend a few items that are particularly needed. For the next collection date and requested items please see the newsletter or the schedule on the notice board at the back of ‘English Martyrs church.
Cambridge City Foodbank is a registered charity (no. 1149883) and a member of the foodbank network grown by the Trussel Trust – a Christian charity.