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£3.3m vision is transforming iconic Cambridge church





Work is progressing well on the £3.3million transformation of one of Cambridge’s most iconic churches.

Downing Place United Reformed Church was formed in June 2018 from the union of Emmanuel and St Columba’s URC.

Behind the scenes tour of St Columba’s United Reformed Church redevelopment, from left Nigel Walter, Margaret Reynolds and Stuart Humphrey. Picture: Keith Heppell. (21695809)
Behind the scenes tour of St Columba’s United Reformed Church redevelopment, from left Nigel Walter, Margaret Reynolds and Stuart Humphrey. Picture: Keith Heppell. (21695809)

The sale of the Emmanuel building means the redeveloped St Columba’s site will become the springboard for a renewed mission in the heart of Cambridge to create an open and inclusive church, and a community centre which is welcoming to all of the city’s residents.



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