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AKPA Christmas Carol Service 2021

 

Great St Mary's Church Cambridge, Saturday 11th December at 3.00pm

 

 

This service celebrates the life-saving achievements of Addenbrooke's Dialysis and Renal transplantation services and the dedication of the medical and nursing staff who work there. It will also serve to raise awareness of those whose lives are affected by kidney disease.

 

If you can attend in person you will be warmly welcomed. The unique atmosphere of Great St Mary's at Christmas, and for the first time, the sound of St Augustine's Brass resounding from the gallery is an experience you will greatly enjoy. The St Augustine's Singers, together with organist Mo Wah Chan will accompany the traditional carols and provide solo performances.

 

Great St. Mary's have kindly offered to live-stream the service through their YouTube channel. If you are unable to attend or if you are concerned about attending a public event you will now be able to join us online.

 

 

 

If the video above is not working for you it will be possible view the Service on Youtube. Please click this link from 2.55 pm on the day or visit the event's page at https://youtu.be/By72Gbp-L8o

 

If you are unable to attend or view the service at the time it is being streamed, a recording will be available for some time afterwards on the Great Saint Mary's YouTube channel which can be reached here: https://www.youtube.com/c/GreatStMarys 

 

Please extend this invitation to friends, family and colleagues.

All are welcome to join us in this joyful experience.

 

 

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