Today, for Aldersgate Sunday, our Circuit Superintendent Minister Rev’d Colin Smith, spoke to us about John and Charles Wesley and the Foundery, the first Methodist place of worship. Use the player below to listen to the sermon, or click here to
Professor Judith Lieu spoke to us this Easter Sunday, and her sermon is available to listen to below – or please click here to download the MP3 to listen again later.
As a bit of a change this week, we have a video recording of the sermon rather than just the audio. Please use the video player below, or click here to open the video in a new tab. Unfortunately, the
‘Past 10 o’clock on a cold and frosty morning Past 10 o’clock welcome people all’ Our fair is to open Come in and see us, Cakes puddings and pickle All will your fancy tickle! Crafts, soap and toffee, Treasures, tea
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
The recording of Simon’s sermon from our annual Covenant service is available to listen to below, or you can click here to download the MP3 to listen to later. CDs containing the whole of the Covenant service (minus hymns 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.
Simon’s harvest festival sermon is now available to listen to and download: Click here to download it as an MP3
Today was Rev’d Peter Grave’s final service as our minister; his sermon, “I commend you to God”, is available to listen to here (or click here to download the MP3): You can also hear the hymn that Matthew McCombie, our