As part of our redevelopment plans, we are conducting a short survey on the use of our premises by worshippers and the wider Histon and Impington community. If you would like to help us by filling out this survey (and
The week of 18-25th January is the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Churches together in Histon will be running several events this week, culminating in two days of prayer on Sunday 24th and
Please note that our Carols by Candlelight service will be held this afternoon at 4:30pm, not 4pm as previously advertised. Tea, coffee and mince pies will be served after the service.
We are well into the Christmas season now, and we have a large number of events leading up to and around Christmas. All the details can be found in our event calendar (click here to see an overview for December),
Our new series of Big Issues events begin on Thursday 24th September, with our new minister, Revd Simon Oliver talking about “The death of Methodism” – is the decline in the Methodist Church irreversible, or are there signs of hope?
As there will be a Feast Festival in the High Street again this year, we will be serving refreshments from 12.30pm until 3pm. This is an opportunity for us to be involved in the community. There will be no coffee
We are holding our annual yard sale on Saturday 16th May from 9:30am. Tea, coffee and cakes will also be sold. Items to sell, bric-a-brac, books, toys, etc. can be left in the church during the week before the sale.
We are holding another quiz evening on Friday 6 March at 7pm. Cost £8 per person to include substantial refreshments. Teams of up to 8 people, or you can join a team on the night. Tickets from the community coffee
This 34-week course enables participants to study the Bible in some depth. Much of the learning takes place in small discussion groups and the teaching is clearly related to contemporary issues. A new course will take place in our church