About PARKS at ONE
PARKS at ONE is a series of monthly lunchtime talks which aim to connect the Christian faith with the everyday lives of those who work on the Cambridge Science, Innovation and Business Parks.
Everyone is welcome – whether you would call yourself a Christian believer or you are just interested in finding out more about the Christian faith.
We meet at 1pm in the Trinity Centre conference suite on the Science Park and finish by 1.35pm allowing you to get on with your working day.
Food and drink can be purchased from the cafe adjacent to the conference suite or you are welcome to bring your own food and eat during the talk.
Tuesday 11th December 2018, 1pm, Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park
Christmas - the biggest problem solved!
As we approach the Christmas season for many its a much needed time of rest, family, festive spirit and the great exchange of gifts. Christmas also brings relational stress and financial strains. Why do we do this every year and is there a deeper meaning to the season? This months Parks At One will be exploring the heart of the Christmas message. The great problem of religion is that no-one has ever seen God. We’ll discover how Christmas addresses this and brings surprising and wonderful hope to the deepest needs of humanity.
We are delighted to welcome our speaker Alasdair Paine. When Alasdair first came to Cambridge, it would have surprised him greatly that one day he would be vicar of a church here! For in those days he was an agnostic. It was while he was a student at Trinity College that he discovered the Christian faith. Alasdair is a speaker and author, a former teacher and has been the senior minister of St Andrew the Great church (Stag) in Cambridge city centre for eight years.
Do join us if you can.