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.
It is with sadness that worship services in Methodist Churches are suspended for the time being in line with Government guidance.
At Histon Methodist Church we are following this advice by suspending our morning service, in addition to closing our Wednesday and Saturday Coffee Shop, and cancelling all other meetings and planned activities.
On Easter Sunday, read the Easter sermon from our minister, Rev.Alison Walker or watch it here. Share together using the 12 April Service Sheet at 10.30am on Easter Sunday morning having the comfort of knowing we are doing this collectively.
You will find a link to other resources and live-streamed services here or you might like to join Sunday worship on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire at 8am, BBC 1 at 11am or Songs of Praise at 1:15pm.
Churches Together in England are inviting people to light a candle in their windows every Sunday at 7pm as a visible symbol of the light of Christ. Though public worship and prayer services have been stopped, this remains a very important time for prayer. We can all do this in our homes.
The Methodist Church in Great Britain has issued guidance to churches and congregants regarding the coronavirus outbreak. This can be found at https://www.methodist.org.uk/coronavirus/. Please do read this and follow their guidances – the page will be updated as and when the situation develops.
Our annual Carols by Candlelight service will take place on Sunday 22nd December at 4pm and all are very welcome. Any children attending are welcome—and encouraged!—to dress as a character from the Nativity, and we have a small number of spare props. Mince pies and drinks will be served after the service,and any donations of mince pies will be gratefully received.
Please click here to download and view our May newsletter.
Over these past months we have journeyed together through the prayers and self-denial of Lent, into the intensity of Jesus’ suffering and witness during Holy Week and Good Friday, and finally into that great Resurrection Hope of Easter Sunday itself. (more…)