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.
Rev’d Simon Oliver’s sermon from this morning’s service is now available to listen to. The prayers following the sermon have been included in the recording this week. The service also includes a statement from the Methodist Conference regarding the US elections, and prayer from the Chair of Methodist Conference, which you can also read by following this link.
Click here to download the MP3 to listen to later, or listen using the player above.
‘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 and coffee-
A warm welcome is sure,
With a seasonal treat in store.
Our annual Christmas Market will take place on Saturday December 3rd from 10am to 2pm– put this date in your diaries – the usual enticing stalls await, plus delicious coffee, cakes and lunches.
Our November newsletter is available to download – please click here to download the PDF.
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 celebrations by the most recent president of the Methodist Conference Revd Steve Wild (and his frog puppet!) who led us in worship and thanksgiving for all the ways in which God has blessed us and the wider community over those years. He also challenged and encouraged us about our future hopes, plans and vision. (more…)
Today, Revd Steve Wild, the immediate past-president of Methodist conference, led us in worship for our 120th anniversary celebration. His sermon from this service is available to listen to below, or you can click here to download the MP3 to listen to later.
The readings referred to in the sermon are from 2 Samuel 13:23-36 and Matthew 16:13-20.
Our September newsletter is now available – please click here to download the PDF.
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 the building development, it was good to take some time to pause, pray and discuss what we think is the essence of our church life. The hope is that our building – including new logos and signs – and all that we do as a church will express something of that essence. (more…)