A service for people working in the justice sector will be held at Peterborough Cathedral.
Sir David Arculus, the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire, will host the High Sheriff’s Justice Service on Sunday, October 2, at 3.30pm.
This annual service, brings together, in an act of worship, many people from around Cambridgeshire, who are directly involved in the maintenance of law and order, the administration of justice and related voluntary organisations.
This year’s Justice Service aims to reflect and celebrate some of the huge vibrancy and diversity of the Peterborough region and Cambridgeshire as a whole.
As well as traditional hymns and lessons there will be a reading by members of the Faizan-e-Madina Mosque and an anthem by a choir whose members come from Peterborough’s strong Polish Community.
Residents are invited to attened the service.
Sir David said the service was an important event in the calendar.
He said: “I came to Cambridgeshire as a young man and helped Peterborough to become a bit of a media hub.
“The city has been good to me and I hope it will be equally good to those who have come more recently.
“We live in a hugely vibrant multicultural community and I am sure that if we all work together there is more to come, both for us and for our children.”