Please click here to download our February newsletter. Minister’s Message After months and years of prayer, giving and hard work we have reached an exciting moment in our development project.
Please click here to download our December/January newsletter. Minister’s Message I recently came across the poem “Kenosis” by Luci Shaw in Malcolm Guite’s excellent Advent book ‘Waiting On The Word: a poem a day for Advent, Christmas and Ephiphany’. You
Our November newsletter is available to download – please click here to download the PDF. Minister’s Message As a congregation, we at Histon Methodist were thrilled to celebrate our 120th anniversary in October. And we were privileged to be joined in
Our October newsletter is now available to download – please click here. Minister’s Message As part of our always colourful, vibrant and prayerful Harvest celebrations, this year we made a special emphasis on the Bible as a source of nourishment
Our September newsletter is now available – please click here to download the PDF. Minister’s Message At the start of the summer, we had a really interesting conversation as part of a Sunday morning worship service. As we look forwards towards
Our August newsletter is now available – please click here to download the PDF. Minister’s Message In recent weeks, in the wake of the EU referendum and with a certain degree of uncertainty and fear about what the future holds,
You can download our July 2016 newsletter in PDF format by clicking this this link. Minister’s Message By the time this month’s Newsletter goes to press, the EU referendum will be over, and we will be starting to come to
Our June newsletter is now available in PDF and Word format. This is the last newsletter for which Jenny is editor; Chris Whitworth, our webmaster, will be taking over the editorship so please pass on all content for the newsletter
Our May newsletter is now available in both PDF and Microsoft Word format.
Our March newsletter is now available in Word and PDF format. Minister’s Message The Church I grew up in was a fantastic place to be inspired and nurtured in the Christian faith, but it did not make a big deal