Revd Dr Brian Beck’s sermon from our service on 12th February is now available to listen to. Please use the player below, or click here to download the MP3 to listen later.
Welcome to our website!
Situated right in the heart of Histon, we are a lively growing church serving both north Cambridge and the surrounding area, as well as the village itself. You can see a map here - there are ample parking facilities nearby.
We are part of the Cambridge Methodist Circuit and have good ecumenical relationships with local churches of other denominations. We are also very actively involved with a wide variety of community activities.
As you will see from this website we have several regular activities, and often host special events. There’s always something happening and we assure you of a warm welcome. For more information why not join us for worship on Sundays at 10.30am or pop in to our Coffee Shop on Wednesdays or on Saturday mornings, when there is always someone available to help you.
Revd Simon Oliver (Minister)
Latest news and updates
Professor Judith Lieu’s sermon from today’s service is now available to listen to below, or click here to download the MP3 to listen again later.
Our own minister, Revd Simon Oliver, preached this morning. You can listen to his message below, or click here to download the MP3 to listen later.
Following a somewhat delayed visit from the magii, Mrs Judy Wynn spoke to us this morning about the journey and gifts of the three kings. As usual, you can use the audio player below, or click here to download the MP3.
Simon’s sermon from our annual covenant service is now available to listen to. Use the player below or click here to download the MP3.
This morning’s sermon, reflecting on Jesus as a child refugee in Egypt, is now available to listen to. Use the player below, or click here to download the MP3 to listen again later.
Simon’s sermon from this morning’s service – the 3rd sunday in Advent – is now available to listen to. You can use the player below or click here to download the MP3 to listen to 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 first minute or so of the sermon is missing, and we were lucky to have a large number of children in church this morning (who occasionally make their presence known during the sermon) but hopefully you can still hear the message.
And as a bonus (of which I am pretty sure Simon will approve): Sufjan Stevens’ version of O Come, O Come Emmanuel.