There are loads of services and events happening at St Andrew the Great in the run-up to Christmas, all with plenty of opportunities to enjoy singing carols, eat tasty mince pies and hear the true message of Christmas explained.
Advent Carol Service
Sunday 26th November, 5:00-6:00pm, St Andrew the Great
Kick off the Christmas season by joining us for carols, readings and a short talk from Alasdair Paine (followed by plenty of mince pies and mulled drinks).
Carol Service for Cambridge City Workers
Tuesday 5th December, 6.30-7.30pm, with mince pies and mulled drinks from 6.00pm.
This is a special service put on in partnership with John Lewis for those who work in the city. This is a great evening to come to after work, with festive carols, a short talk from Graham Daniels and a chance to meet others who work in the city.
Christmas Decoration Party
Thursday 14th December, 10.00am-12.00pm.
A fun morning to come to create your own Christmas decorations, followed by a talk entitled, 'Christmas: the true light of life.'
A crèche will be available for under-3s.
Book your place here.
Carols by Candlelight
Sunday 10th & 17th December, 5.00-6.00pm in St Andrew the Great,
Tuesday 19th December 6.30pm in the Round Church featuring the Ensemble in the Round.
A beautiful and atmospheric evening of traditional carols sung by candlelight, with mince pies and mulled drink and a talk about the meaning of Christmas.
Christmas Drinks at Gonville and Caius
Join us for drinks and nibbles at Gonville and Caius College after Carols by Candlelight on 18th December, 6.30-8.00pm. Spaces are limited, so booking is essential. Tickets are £5 a head, you can book by clicking here.
Family Carol Service
Sunday 17th December, 10.00-11.00am.
Come along to this action-packed carol service, great for all ages. Kids are invited to come in fancy dress so they can take part in an interactive nativity play!
Christmas Day All-Age Service
Monday 25th December, 10.00-11.00am.
Join us on Christmas morning to celebrate Jesus' birth at our all-age service, followed by a short service of the Lord's Supper.