WELCOME!

BEAT THE JANUARY BLUES!

We’ve got a whole range of great stuff to help chase the blues away during January.

My album as Clive-Upon-Sea features lots of melancholy songs, with some glimpses of hope and is now available via bandcamp, £7 to download and a paltry extra £3 gets you the beautiful CD edition with all its lovely art work: https://clive-upon-sea.bandcamp.com/releases

The hilarious ‘Big Sick’ is our Community Cinema film of the month, 14th Jan at 7:30pm.  Updates and ticket info via www.facebook.com/CottenhamCommunityCinema

The Roost  is back to its normal time of 3-4:30pm on Sunday 21st January.  We’ll be building dens, making shields and listening to sad songs!

And our Arts Night continues to meets on 28th, 7:30-9:30pm with the theme of MURDER BALLADS. And why not!?  So bring along songs, stories, poems and more as other artists, musicians, poets, singers, photographers and more explore life, art and faith together in a relaxed environment.

Dads Play is Saturday 13th January, 10:30-11:30 am.

 

The ‘Cottenham Cares…for Syrian Refugees’ group has now raised over £20,000, so keep an eye out for its fantastic fundraising activities over the coming weeks, and the Foodbank meets every Wednesday 1:30-3pm at Cottenham Baptist Church.

 

PLUS: as part of my role at Histon Methodist, I’ll usually be leading 10:30am services on the second and fourth Sundays at 10:30 am. They will be suitable for all ages, and include plenty of activities for children, and a Sunday Club. See www.histonmethodist.org for more info. On 17th December we also have a 4:30 Carols by Candlelight service to which everyone is welcome.

Get in touch to get involved!

RevCoffee is the website of Methodist Pioneer Minister Simon Oliver. It is the place to visit for information and updates about the community projects and other initiatives which are being developed in Cottenham.  

Follow RevCoffee on Twitter @revcoffeeccc, like on Facebook at revcoffeecottenham, or talk to me in the Cottenham Community Centre Coffee Shop like we used to in the good old days…