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StBotolph
The Anglican church of St Botolph in Cambridge.
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StBotolph Aug 10
In the church on Saturday evening. Wonderful to have a steady stream of visitors throughout, most from overseas.
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StBotolph Aug 9
Excellent discussion at the DAP meeting last night and looking forward to a busy September in the church. BBQ, book sale and refreshments, Ride & Stride etc. A great pleasure to have new hands helping too.
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StBotolph Aug 4
The altar in our side chapel recalls the first Remembrance Day on 4 August 1918, 101 years ago today.
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StBotolph Jul 21
Packed, and drinks in the church garden afterwards - down to the last bottle! Thank you to Bishop Rowan and to all who helped today.
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StBotolph Jul 20
Looking forward to Bishop Rowan at St Botolph’s tomorrow 11.00am. Not to be missed. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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StBotolph Jul 20
Time for a bit of holiday reading? Pop along to St Botolph’s book sale 10-4 today. Cakes and teas too.
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StBotolph Jul 18
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StBotolph Jul 18
For non-Danish speakers this means Giant Bookmarket with 10,000 books. Not just in Copenhagen but this Saturday at St Botolph’s in Cambridge 10 till 4. With refreshments. Being St Botolph’s it includes travel books and phrase books too!
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StBotolph Jul 9
Looking forward to Bishop Rowan celebrating Sung Eucharist at 11.00am at St Botolph’s on 21 July, preaching on “Launch out into the Deep”. Cake and cava afterwards. Please do join us.
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Fr Stephen Anderson Jul 9
we hope to put the infrastructure in place to do this in next few months. Like the idea of accompanying the plate so as link with the collection generally rather than afterwards.
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StBotolph Jun 22
Looking forward to our Patronal service tomorrow - 11.00am 23 June - Sung Eucharist, choir and refreshments afterwards. Do join us at St Botolphs.
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Fr Stephen Anderson Jun 22
Looking fwd to the Patronal tomorrow. Fr Andrew Greany (Chantry ) preaches at the 11am Procession & Sung Eucharist. The Choir sing the lovely Tchaikovsky "Hymn to the Trinity", in whose name St Botolph preached widely. Travellers esp welcome.
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StBotolph Jun 22
Time for cup of tea? Pop down to St Botolph’s book sale and refreshments 10-4pm.
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StBotolph Jun 22
Book sale and refreshments today 10-4pm at St Botolph’s. Don’t miss it!
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Fr Stephen Anderson Jun 11
The sound of the Prayer Book liturgy, its rhythms and flows, draws us in to the worship of heaven and allows for our indwelling.
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Emily Myles Jun 10
lovely evening at exploring the prayer book in the modern day and bonus of cantoring for compline 🥰
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Pete Joyce Jun 10
I don’t know about BCP, but a trip to St Botolph’s, Cambridge has convinced me I have a lot to learn about chicken casserole
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Ridley Hall Jun 10
Ridleian Revd Dr Mark Smith talking about using the Prayer Book in parish life: BCP captures so resonantly something of the deep texture of life and connects it to the saving love of God through Jesus Christ
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StBotolph Jun 10
“Forget this book at your peril”. “It draws people to ministry and it sustains them in ministry”.
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StBotolph Jun 10
Fergus Butler Gallie on the anchor which the BCP provides to the complexity and variety and challenge of a curate’s life.
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