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, for details.

From April 2020 our breakfasts have been on Zoom, and we have been meeting on the other Saturdays for virtual coffee.

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

Men’s walking weekend in the Lakes

An annual weekend away (from Friday to Monday, normally  in June). There is a video of our 2019 weekend in the Lake District here.

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 2020 (Breakfast theme ‘Faithful …’).

11 JanClassic breakfastFaithful to GodStephen Leeke
8 FebClassic BreakfastFaithful to family and friendsJohannes Roth
18 Feb (Tue, 7pm)Dinner @ Jade Fountain
14 MarScottish breakfastFaithful to the earthPete Sacré
26 Mar (Thu, 7:30 pm)Film chez ColinThe Case for Christ
11 AprClassic breakfastFaithful to our country presentation (PDF)Glenn Myers
9 MayClassic breakfast followed by heritage tour of CambridgeFaithful in money matters presentation (PDF)Prabhu Guptara
5 – 8 Jun (Fri – Mon)Weekend in Northumberland
13 JunContinental breakfastFaithful in shoppingColin Thorpe
11 JulClassic breakfastFaithful in eating and drinkingMatthew Gunton
8 AugClassic breakfastFaithful to the past
Maurice Cornell
12 SepAmerican breakfastFaithful in singleness and marriageMalcolm Wylie
19 SepDay trip to Open House London - postponed to 2021
20 Sep (Sun, 10:30 am)Lead service @ St M
24 Sep (Thu, 7 pm)Fish ‘n chips @ St T - postponed
10 OctClassic breakfastFaithful at rest recordingDave Baker
14 NovClassic breakfastFaithful at work
presentation (Powerpoint, PDF)
Mike Beasley
24 Nov (Thu, 7:30 pm)Film chez David Leiwe - cancelled
14 Dec (8 am)Full English breakfastFaithful to the futureRichard Higginson

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