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St Mary’s Parish Church The Revd David Busk (01480 436400) Email: dwbusk@hotmail.com Website: www.stmarysgodmanchester.org In the name of Jesus Christ, together with other Christian Churches, we exist to worship God, to help others find faith, and to serve our community. Sunday Worship: 8 am Holy Communion; 9.30 am Sung Eucharist & Children’s Church; 6.30 pm Sung Evensong. Other midweek and occasional services as advertised. Activities include: Home Groups; Bell-Ringing; Choir; Flower Guild; 0s- 5s group; Wives’ Group; Youth Group; pastoral visiting; weekly lunches (with Churches Together); social events; concerts. For further information or inquiries about baptisms (Christenings) and weddings see website / magazine / weekly newsletter or call 436400. We would love to welcome you to our church.


Godmanchester Baptist Church Revds. John Smith and Daniel Beckett Telephone: 01480 458565 Email: office@godmanchesterbaptist.org Website: godmanchesterbaptist.org


GBC is made up of people from all backgrounds and ages and that diversity is seen in what we do together! Our Sunday morning congregation meets at 10.30am and enjoys the best of contemporary worship along with interesting life-related sermons. At 7.00pm on Sundays, our evening service is more reflective and gentle. Also at 7.00pm on a Sunday evening our Generation Rising Youth congregation meet. Our popular monthly Songs of Praise service, at 4.00pm on the third Sunday, features traditional hymns, a short talk, and high tea! Messy Church on the fourth Sunday afternoon every month at 4.00pm is church for families. Most people also belong to a mid-week small group where they can encourage one another and discover more about their faith.


The Religious Society of Friends


(Quakers) Stella Howard Telephone: 458730


Email: stella.howard306@btinternet.com As the name implies this is a church worshipping mainly in silence without the need for clergy. Spoken ministry is welcome from anyone who feels moved by the spirit. We believe that all are children of God and we try to see good (that of God) in everyone. Meeting for Worship is held on Sunday Mornings 11 - 12 mid day at the Quaker Meeting House 48a Post Street. Enquirers/visitors are always welcome. During school term time (week- days) our building is rented by the Jig-Saw Nursery. At other times and at week- ends and evenings we are available particularly to local groups at a reasonable rent. The lettings clerk is Stella Howard telephone 458730 email stella.howard306@btinternet.com


SPORT


Exhibition Golf Steve Tatham Telephone: 07832 973286 Based in The Exhibition on London Road, Godmanchester we offer the opportunity for people to play competitive golf without the need to join a golf club. The society welcomes players of all abilities and runs monthly competitions at various courses in the region. Additionally,


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there is a subsidised weekend away during the summer and we organise an annual Charity Golf Day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support which along with other events in The Exhibition has raised over £97,000 to date. We also organise social events which are open to member’s families and friends. If you are interested please contact Steve Tatham on 07832 973286. Membership is £15 p.a.


Godmanchester Rovers Youth Football


Club Website www.goddyrovers.co.uk We are Godmanchester Rovers Youth Football Club, an FA Charter Standard Community Club, covering Godmanchester and the surrounding area. Due to our size we play and train at a number of venues but are centred on the fantastic facilities at Hinchingbrooke school. We run 15 teams from under 7 to under 17, and offer a great opportunity for both boys and girls to learn and play football in a fun, friendly and safe environment. For younger children


our thriving mini soccer school caters for children in years 1 and 2 at school, and reception year if they are keen and ready. Take a look at our website www.goddyrovers.co.uk and look out for GROVER our fabulous club mascot!


Royal Oak Bowls Club Jenny Hurst, Chair Telephone: 01480 536375 Email: jennybway_8@hotmail.com The Royal Oak Bowls Club, situated behind the Royal Oak Pub on the Causeway, offers a warm welcome to anyone with an interest in this ancient and fascinating game. Whether you’re an experienced bowler, or have never played and would like to try, we would love to hear from you. We can even lend you woods to start you on your way! Our friendly club offers a range of activities for all age groups, including competitive leagues, friendly matches against other clubs, and social events which are open to members’ families and friends. Season starts in late April and runs through the beginning of September. Contact Jenny Hurst.


POLITICAL PARTIES


Huntingdonshire Constituency Conservative Association –


Godmanchester Branch Association Office: Telephone: 01480 453062 Email: admin@huntscca.co.uk Branch Chair: Laine Kadic Telephone: 01480 431526/07989 439 380


Email: lainekadic36@hotmail.com Thanks to the efforts of local members over many years, Godmanchester has a small but active Conservative Association Branch. We have a small Committee who are keen to welcome new members and see the branch flourish. You may already be a member, a keen supporter, someone who is no longer active or someone who is interested in getting involved. Whatever your circumstances, your support in whatever form it takes, is important to us. We welcome both old and new faces - everyone is welcome. We care about our Community and we want to make a difference. If you would like to join us in trying to make Godmanchester a better place to live please contact us on the above one of the above numbers.


www.godmanchestercommunityassociation.org


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