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.

Latest news and updates

April Newsletter

Click here to read our April newsletter with details of our Easter events.

EASTER SUNDAY   11am Communion Service – Pre-booking essential. Phone Judy Wynn.

From 2pm – 4pm everyone is welcome to come and add flowers to our Easter cross.

Zoom Events for Easter

MAUNDY THURSDAY 6:30pm Love Feast Service on Zoom with Revds Charity Nzegwu and Alison Walker.


GOOD FRIDAY 10am “Ecce homo” (“Behold the man” John 19:5) Reflective service on Zoom with Revd Alison Walker, using images from the Methodist Modern Art Collection.


EASTER SUNDAY ALL-AGE SERVICE 10am on ZOOM  all are welcome


FOR FAMILIES—please contact Rev Alison Walker for zoom details

Maundy Thursday 12:15pm online activities and Bible story

Good Friday  Histon Easter Trail 10—12:30pm (see above) around the Histon churches AND  3pm online activities and Bible story

Easter Sunday—see All-Age service above


contact@histonmethodist.org for Zoom Details

Easter Trail

A trail/hunt around our villages on Good Friday 2 April to discover what Easter is all about in a fun and gentle way. Walk, ride or scoot your way around!

‘In Search of Easter’ is open to all children in our villages and should particularly suit 4-12 year olds. There is no charge.

There are 6 stations/clues to find where there are short films to watch and an activity to do. At the last station there is an Easter Goodie Bag which will include chocolate eggs!

Register for the event on Eventbrite via the link below. Contact Tim tim@standrewshiston.org for more details


from Churches Together HI

40 Days of Lent

Our local Food Bank quickly run out of longlife milk, coffee, pasta sauces, tinned potatoes/packet mash, jam, tinned meals, meat, veg, fruit and puddings. Other useful items tea, sugar, biscuits, cordial, spaghetti letters/hoops, toiletries, toothpaste/brushes. They have plenty of soup, beans and pasta at the moment. As our premises are currently closed John Wyborn is willing to collect items from you so please ring him or leave items in the box outside the St Andrew’s Centre on Histon High Street.