Nepalese Evening at St. Peter’s Church, Duxford

Local author Jane Wilson-Howarth will talk about her travels in Nepal as a mother and doctor in the foothills of the Himalayas. She will also be talking about her recently published childrens’ adventure story ‘Himalayan Kidnap’. Jane will be bringing along her stunning photographs of this fascinating country.

Tickets £5 (£2 cons) includes refreshments.
There will be a licenced bar too.

Duxford URC host the Woman’s World day of Prayer

The service will be held in Duxford URC Church on Friday 3rd March from 2.30-3.30pm. All are welcome.

The origins of Women’s World Day of Prayer date back to the 19th century when Christian women in the USA and Canada initiated a variety of cooperative activities in support of women’s involvement in mission, at home and abroad. Over the years the organisation has grown and spread internationally into a worldwide ecumenical movement of Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action.

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland there are now over 3,000 branches holding 5,000 services every year.

The focus of this year’s day of prayer is the Philippines – Am I being unfair to you?

You can find out more on the website.

Duxford, Burns Night Supper

Burns Night Supper: There will be a celebration of all things Scottish at St. Peter’s, Duxford on Saturday 28th January at 7:30pm. Three course Burns Night dinner, whisky and Scottish entertainment!

Tickets £10 from Tim & Kate Hooper. 01223 837 940.