As a Church we seek to be involved in our local community.
Some of this involves the Church members being active in events and activities locally, and the Church opening its doors to local groups - for example, Abbey Action meetings are held at the Church, we have been instrumental in the Thorpe Way Action Days of the past couple of years and we have hosted a MacMillan Coffee Morning for the past 4 years - our 2009 one being the most successful yet (click HERE to read our report and see some photos).
Other links are through our Minister, Stuart, - he is Chaplain to Cambridge United Football Club and serves as a community Governor at Fen Ditton Community Primary School.
The Church is also very involved in the Church scene in Cambridge - Hope Cambridge is a classic example. We also host in our premises the Cambridge Money Advice Centre (MAC) and Cambridge and District Youth for Christ.
In 2010 we began producing a Newsletter which has been distributed locally. This will be produced each term - to access these, click HERE.
We recognise that there is still so much more we could do with more time, resources and people, but it remains very much at the heart of who we are, that we take an active place in our local community - both in the Abbey Ward and in Cambrdige itself.