Hello to all Freshers and welcome to Churchill! If Christianity is perhaps a new idea to you, something you’re not sure about or something you’re entirely sceptical about, please check out our page on ‘What’s Christianity all about?‘.
If you would consider yourself a Christian, and would like to find out a bit more about who we are and what we do, or just want to introduce yourself, please e-mail Mel and/or Edward. We’d absolutely love to hear from you!
Before the start of Michaelmas term, we’ll be holding a college CU day away. This will be a day spent in the Chapel at Churchill, along with a worker from a local church, – it’s a great chance for us to get to know one another better, have some fun before term starts and, most importantly, be equipped us for evangelism and serving God in the year ahead.
If you’re a Christian fresher, we’d be especially pleased if you could make it – do get in touch with Julia and/or Peter if you think you might be able to come, and we’ll do our best to help you.
We’ve already been praying for you as a college group since February – not by name it must said, but rather for Freshers in general! However, we’d be delighted to hear from you with specific prayer requests for the start of term. Things like settling into Churchill, making friends, starting work, nothing is too trivial, just email any of the reps.
Look out for us during freshers’ week where we will be doing events such as the Churchill Café. More details will appear here over the summer…
How to choose a Church
There are many good churches to choose from in Cambridge, and it may seem a bit daunting at first to find one. However, help is at hand! For the first few Sundays of term, we’ll be holding ‘Church breakfasts’ – where you can come, have (free) breakfast with people from the college group and get to know them, find out a bit about the CU and find out about the churches members of the college group attend, and then organize groups going to each church together – so you don’t need to worry about finding where the various churches are.