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Solid State Drive vs. People moved carefully and whispered quietly so as not to disturb this precious state of grace. Next day, on the Holy Saturday, in the greater, stately church of St.
Giles, so closely resembling an Orthodox cathedral, the same reverence and piety were observed.
People came in much greater numbers so great that the huge space at St Giles, came to seem almost inadequate! The numerous congregation nevertheless settled in silence and reflection, and the mood remained throughout one of prayer and veneration. With no concelebrant priest or even deacon, and with a small but enthusiastic choir on his side, Father Dragos conducted the Paschal Liturgy with characteristic simplicity and meekness yet the service had all the splendour and glory of a grand Festal service and the church was filled with the light and bounteousness of the Resurrected King.
A memorable liturgical experience for a commendable congregation, who despite numbers has set yet another example for prayerful discreetness and joyful piety.
Fr Aurel had the care of the Romanian parish in Cambridge until earlier this year, when Fr Dragos Herescu was called to serve here. During the Open Day, several of the churches, museums and institutions in the area were open to the public, one of which was St Giles Church.
Since our parish meets for worship at St Giles, we are delighted to join in and contribute on the day. Thank you to our friends and hosts from the Anglican Parish at St Giles for extending this invitation!
George Sarbu, a Cambridge student and member of our parish who was involved in the proceedings, offers his account. On Saturday 18 October Castle Hill has opened its doors for a day filled with family friendly activities, talks, tours, games and music, to showcase the oldest area of Cambridge and its wealth of cultural offerings.
We got together and organized a stall with Romanian home cooked food, as well as Romanian beverages.
The opportunity was excellent for friendly chats amongst us and with our visitors. We exchanged good ideas and promoted our culture through our food and our friendly interactions with cantabrigians. Romanian food was very popular and our easy-going spirit has contributed noticeably to a successful open day for St Giles.
Our plans are to get involved next year as well, perhaps with even more traditional dishes, more children and even more good will. We would like to thank all those involved and we hope to see you all next year.
Our first parish lunch took place on Sunday, 9th November, the last Sunday before the Christmas Fast. It generated some very positive feedback and the expectation that the feast is repeated at the next opportunity!
Veronica Nitu, a Cambridge student and member of our parish, offers her account: It is well known and accepted within our church community that not everybody can make it to Sunday service every week due to work or other tricky life commitments. However, when news of an upcoming pre-nativity Fast church lunch spread, many people cleared a slot in their busy schedules to come together and enjoy a joyous day with their community.
Cookbook author James Beard once wrote: Food is our common ground, a universal experience. Following the fine afternoon I spent in the company of my peers at the St.
John the Baptist s parish lunch on the 9th of November, I can testify to that. Those who could spare food brought food, and those who could not brought something to share and helped out anyway.