This new expression of church meets on a Friday morning at the Edge Cafe, Brookfields(Mill Road) from 9.15am for a couple of hours. Begins with food and chat and moves on to looking at some aspect of Chritsina faith. Relationships are key as each seek to get to know and be supportive to each other.
Thirst Too meets at Romsey Mill on the third Saturday of the month from 5pm. This is a chance for families to get together and enjoy activities, while discovering more of faith in Jesus.
Thirst Café Church 'officially' started in November 2007 in the community lounge of St Philip's CofE Primary School, Romsey Town, Cambridge, but its beginnings go back a lot further than that. It was inspired by Sue Butler, who was licenced as the Minister of Thirst by the Bishop of Ely on 16th November 2014.