Men’s Breakfast group

The Men’s Breakfast group normally meets from 7:30am to 9:00am on the second Saturday of the month, at St Thomas’s Hall. Visitors are always welcome. Contact our organiser, David Baker (01223 244091), for details.

In addition to our Saturday breakfast programme (see below on this page for dates, topics and speakers), we also run the following:

Walking in the Lake District
Walking in the Lake District

An annual weekend away (from Friday to Monday, normally  in June).

Group and guides
Bletchley Park

Occasional day trips to a place of interest (such as the War Cabinet rooms, Bletchley Park or even the Ypres battlefields).

And evening specials (such as curry nights and film nights).

Here is the programme for 2017 (Breakfast theme ‘Old Song, New Song’):

14 Jan Classic breakfast Faith will move mountains! Johannes Roth
11 Feb Classic breakfast Song of creation (Ps 104) Colin Thorpe and Simon Hall
23 Feb (Thu) 7 pm Dinner @ Nines
11 Mar Classic breakfast A victory song (Judges 5) Dave Baker and Darren Oliver
30 Mar (Thu) 7:30 pm Film @ Leiwes The Pianist
8 Apr Breakfast in Ely Tour guide: Stephen Leeke
13 May Classic breakfast David’s lament (2 Sam 1:17-27) Malcolm Wylie and Lino Maruzzi
21 May (Sun) 9:45 am Leading service at St Martin’s
9-12 Jun (Fri – Mon) Breakfast in Wales A song of ascents (Ps 121) Johannes Roth and Philip Tostevin
8 Jul Classic breakfast A wedding song (Ps 45) Stewart Taylor and Tony Phillips
12 Aug Continental breakfast A song of trust (Ps 46) Malcolm Wylie and Richard Henchie
9 Sep Classic breakfast A sinner’s song (Ps 51) Glenn Myers and Mike Beasley
14 Sep (Thu) 7 pm Wales reunion
14 Oct Classic breakfast Zechariah’s song (Luke 1:68-79) Dave Baker and Maurice Cornell
11 Nov Classic breakfast The ‘new song’ (Rev 5:9-10) Glenn Myers and Matthew Gunton
23 Nov (Thu) 7:30 pm Film @ Thorpes War Room
9 Dec (8:00) Christmas breakfast The last song (Rev 15:1-4) Richard Evans

The first speaker will talk about the ‘old song’ (from the Bible); the second will share a favourite ‘new song’ with us.