Christmas Carols on the River
18. December 2021
On Sunday 5th December our fabulous choir took part in Let's Go Punting and The Traditional Punting Company's Annual Charity Christmas Carol event; Christmas Carols on the River. The event was this year in aid of Blue Smile. The choir sang everyone's favourite Christmas Carols whilst gliding along the River Cam on a Chauffeured Punt on a very cold afternoon. Well done everyone! For more information about this event please visit; https://www.letsgopunting.co.uk/christmas-carols-on-the-river/ or...

Cello Recital
13. December 2021
We spent a wonderful evening with Georgia Morse. Our thanks to everyone who came, we hope you enjoyed the evening. A big thanks especially to Georgia for so generously sharing her musical talent with us all.

COP26 What Next? Panellists
22. November 2021
Dr Joanna Depledge is an expert on international climate change negotiations. She has researched, lectured, supervised and examined at the University of Cambridge, and published and lectured widely on climate change issues. Previously, Joanna worked for the UN Climate Change Secretariat and the Earth Negotiations Bulletin, reporting on climate change, ozone and biodiversity meetings. Prof Michael Grubb is Professor of Energy and Climate Change at University College London, and currently serves...

St John's Walking Group
21. November 2021
Walking Group We enjoyed a lovely 5 mile walk from Hildersham to Linton via the Roman Road on what was a beautiful sunny day. If you would like to join us on any of our walks please do contact us: cathdvs@btinternet.com

St John's Walking Group
18. November 2021
Our next walk will be on Thursday 18th November. We will walk 5 miles from Hildersham to Linton via the Roman Road. Please meet at St Johns at 10.00am or in Hildersham at 10.30am (park near the village hall). As this is our last walk in 2021, we propose to have lunch together at the Dog and Duck pub, Linton. We can then take a taxi back to our cars in Hildersham. We anticipate returning to St Johns at about 2.30pm. Anyone who does not want to stay for lunch can catch a 13a bus from Linton...

Cello Recital
15. November 2021
Join us for a wonderful evening of music performed by Georgia Morse. Georgia is a highly accomplished cello player with experience of playing in Italy and the UK. We are very happy to welcome Georgia to St John's and look forward to welcoming you too.

Children's Church - Light
Children's Area · 07. November 2021
We had a lovely session where we thought about light and Jesus being the light of the world. We played some games, chatted and created some wonderful fireworks pictures.

A Climate Change Lecture by Dr Joanna Depledge
05. November 2021
Dr Depledge is an expert on international climate change negotiations which she has been following since the 1990s. She has published and lectured widely on climate change issues, as well as other environmental topics. Prior to her academic career, Joanna worked for the UN Climate Change Secretariat, as well as for the Earths Negotiations Bulletin, reporting on climate change, ozone and biodiversity meetings. You can see Dr Depledge's lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOKJt0EjlB8

Citizen Zoo Crowdfunder
04. November 2021
The wonderful and talented young people whose energy and creativity drives the brilliant mission of Citizen Zoo have secured official observer organisation passes into the heart of the negotiations at the Climate Change COP in Glasgow in just over a week's time. We have recently just employed our first staff member, the UK's first Urban Rewilding Officer. The rest are all volunteers, including me as Chair of the Board. We don't have funding for this opportunity to advocate for action for nature...

Special Screening
27. October 2021
We would like to invite you to join us for a special screening of 'Thank you for the Rain' a film by Julia Dahr & Kisilu Musya continuing the Christian Climate Forum series. ‘Five years ago, Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer, started to use his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the damages of climate change. When a violent storm throws him and a Norwegian filmmaker together, we see him transform from a father, to a community leader, and an activist on the global stage.’ We...

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