‘Wetheuncivilised: A Life Story’
Friday, February 16, 2018, 7:00 PM 10:00 PM, Haslingfield Methodist Church
As part of the city-wide Films for Our Future Festival, Pivotal, an arts organisation for sustainability, is screening this beautiful documentary about a young couple on a quest throughout Britain for a more satisfying and sustainable way of living. Discouraged by their urban lifestyles, Lily and Pete set out to discover other ways of living in the modern world. Their journey didn’t provide them with easy answers, but it did inspire them and introduce them to some of the new ways of thinking that may just change the way we all live and help to protect the planet. Read more
This year’s Carol Singing around Haslingfield takes place this Friday 15th December. Anyone can join in at any point and leave again at any point and they will finish up at the Little Rose pub. They will meet at Wisbey’s Yard for 6:30pm and sing a few carols there. At 6:45pm – leave Wisbey’s Yard and walk straight to The Elms. Sing around The Elms. Then at 7:15pm(ish), they will move to the green in the middle of Chestnut Close. The about 7:30/7:45pm Head to the Little Rose. If they’re ahead of schedule they may also sing in Badcock Road. Read more
Come, admire & buy a unique Christmas gift @ Haslingfield Methodist Church
Sat 4th November 2017, 11.30-2.30pm. Many items in END of SEASON SALE
Handmade silver settings ~ Stones resourced from around the world ~ Support local Balinese community ~ Order bespoke or replica pieces of jewelry, or repairs.
The money paid will go to the craftsmen and women who have produced these beautiful items. My friend Jo, with whom I’ll be doing the event, has visited Bali over many years and still goes regularly to help the local communities and orphanages where support is greatly required.
For more details contact: email@example.com
The next Pop-Up Coffee Shop at the Methodist Church is Tuesday 11th July 8:45 – 11:30am and we are raising funds with “Home-Start Royston and South Cambs”, a family support charity . Come along for fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes and pastries. Why not pop-in for breakfast after the school run?
Do you have a charity you like to support? We can work together to raise funds (average is £150) and awareness. We supply the tea, coffee and some of the cakes and a helper or two. You supply cakes and some helpers. We are looking for charities to support on 12th December and 13th February and onwards, always on the 2nd Tuesday/month. 9
Maundy Thursday Service
at 7.30pm led by Revd Dr Michael Wilson
Good Friday Service at 10.00am led by Revd Alison Walker
Easter Sunday Activities
6.00am Early Morning Service on Barrington Hill with the Parish Church
8.00-9.30am Full cooked breakfast. Everyone welcome.
10.00am Easter Day Communion Service led by Revd Alison Walker
No evening service
Faith To Live By service, Sunday 12th March 2017 at 6.30pm
‘A THEORY OF ACCESS: WHO DO WE STILL DISABLE FROM ACCESSING GOD?’
Guest speaker Rebekah Blyth
The next pop up coffee shop at the Methodist Church is this Tuesday 14th March 8:45- 11:30am. Come & enjoy cakes, croissants, filter coffee & tea (fair trade of course) and help raise funds for charity. This marks the 1 year anniversary of the pop up coffee shop- thank you for helping to raise over £1500 for local & international charities.
Rev Alison Walker
Castle Street, Cambridge and Haslingfield Methodist Churches, Cambridge
to all those who contributed to the Carol Singing collection. We have never collected over £200 before! Action for Children will be well pleased.
Don’t miss the Charity Fair – this Saturday 19 November at Haslingfield Methodist Church. 15 National and Local charities will be having stalls where you can buy your Christmas cards, books, Christmas Puddings, preserves, gifts, plants etc. 3 of these charities are new to our fair. During the day, delicious homemade food will be available, including light lunches. Something for everyone!
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO DO SOME EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING WHILE FINDING OUT ABOUT THE GREAT WORK DONE BY THESE CHARITIES.
Find out more about this year’s stallholders… Read more
HASLINGFIELD METHODIST CHURCH
A series of special services to explore what Christianity means in practice.
Their format will vary, but will usually include a talk, discussion and refreshments.
Programme for Sept-Dec 2016 Read more
Oasis Holiday at Home for Seniors will once again be held in the Methodist Church, from Tuesday 26 July to Thursday 28 July, between 9.45 am & 2.30 pm. We are offering a mixture of craft activities, quizzes, music and games, all in a relaxed holiday setting, ending with lunch each day. Details and application forms can be found in the village churches, or from David Lewis, 874029, firstname.lastname@example.org
Haslingfield Methodist Church, Sunday 19th June 2016 at 6.30pm
‘EXPERIENCING GERMAN METHODISM: A GLIMPSE INTO OUR FUTURE OR AN ECHO FROM OUR PAST?’
Led by Revd Alison Walker Read more
The next Pop-Up Coffee Shop at the Methodist Church is Tuesday 14th June 8:45 – 11:30am in aid of Ovarian Cancer. In April the shop raised £150 for the Alzheimer’s Society. Come along for fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes and pastries. Why not pop-in for breakfast after the school run?
For more details, contact Rev. Alison Walker:
email@example.com (01223) 872862
Methodist Minister, Castle Street Methodist Cambridge, Dry Drayton Methodist, Haslingfield Methodist
The next charity coffee morning at Haslingfield Methodist Church takes place this Tuesday 8th March. It happens on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 8.45am until 11.30am. It raises money for a different charity each month. Also, you can offer to organise and support a cause of your choice!