HUB (20s and 30s)

HUB is St Andrew the Great's network of activities for those in their 20s and 30s. The core aspect each week (aside from Sunday services of course!) is HUB Central which happens on Wednesday evenings during term time. We meet in the church building for a meal from 7pm and a talk at 8pm, before going into small groups for Bible study and prayer. We hope it offers an easy way into a large and active church.
The Book of Psalms “might well be called a little bible. In it is comprehended most beautifully and briefly everything that is in the entire Bible” (Martin Luther).

This term at HUB Central we're going to be spending time in various different Psalms, covering Psalms of joy, sadness, longing, instruction and praise, some quite familiar and others less well known. We hope that by the end of this term, we will have learnt to sing the Psalms from our hearts, being taught by God some big truths to understand, affections to feel and prayers to pray. Hopefully this series will cultivate an honesty in our prayer life, a greater understanding of the character of God, and an increased confidence in Christ the Messiah to whom all the Psalms point (Luke 24:44). Come and join us! If you'd like to join us then get in touch with us or just turn up on a Wednesday night from 7pm - click here for details of our programme for this term.

We are also reading through a Psalm a day, why not join us online.

Members of HUB also meet for monthly social events - keep an eye out on our Facebook page for more details, or on some Sunday evenings as part of HUB-extra groups for those who want to dig deeper into the Bible and Christian doctrine.

Every February we go away for the weekend to a lovely conference centre set in the Suffolk Countryside. It's open to everyone in their 20s-30s, even if you don’t normally attend HUB. The weekend is a brilliant way of making new friends and having some excellent Bible teaching.

Go to our church calendar for dates of upcoming events, and if you have any more questions please contact Charlie Newcombe or Vic Ritchie.
If you’re new to Cambridge and have decided to make StAG your church then join our 20s-30s Facebook group (“HUB 2016-17”) to find out locations for our Sunday night meet ups and other social events happening over the summer.