Messy Church

Messy Church LogoThe next Messy Church will be on Friday 19th September from 3.30-5.00pm at the Methodist Church.
 The theme will be  ‘A Fresh Start’.
Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and  of course be MESSY.  No commitment, no cost.  Come and try it.

Faith To Live By service

SONY DSCOn Sunday 14th September at 6.30pm our guest speaker will be John Hardwick, a very talented speaker and performer and his title will be
Everyone welcome. 

In a relay race if one runner decides not to bother then the race is over for that team of runners. In a similar way, we as Christians have a responsibility to ‘pass on the baton’ and tell the next generation about God’s love for them.  Read more

Brass Band Concert

P1020719The City of Cambridge Brass Band returns to All Saints Church,  Haslingfield on  Wednesday 17 September at 8 pm.  Refreshments available during the interval.

Tickets £10  from Haslingfield Village Shop.
Enquiries 01223 872190


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAFor the sixth year running, the sponsored walk ‘In the Steps of the Bishop’ will be taking place on Saturday 20 September.  We start off from the Chapel of Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge at 10.30 am and finish in Haslingfield Church at around 1 pm where refreshments will be available for tired and thirsty walkers. The walk is undertaken to commemorate the regular walk along the same route taken by Bishop Charles Mackenzie to help with services in Haslingfield.  He later went to Africa in the steps of David Livingstone and founded the Christian church in what is now Malawi.  All Saints Church and Haslingfield School continue to raise much needed funds for the school and church in the village of Magomero.  Go to ‘READ MORE’

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Annual Haslingfield Strawberry Fayre

Strawberry Fayre Poster (2) 2013medium Will be held on Friday 11th July from 5.30-7.30 pm in Haslingfield Methodist Church Gardens
(Indoors if wet).
Enjoy BBQ, homemade buffet and local strawberries and cream, stalls, cake stall, games, raffle.
Organised by Haslingfield Methodist Church and Little Owls Preschool.
Profits to charities: Cambridge Street Pastors, Little Owls Preschool & Methodist Church.
Entry: Voluntary donation of an item of non-perishable food for the Cambridgeshire Food Bank.

Messy Church

The June Messy ChMessy Church Logourch will be on Friday 20th June from 3.30-5.00pm at the Methodist Church.
We will be celebrating ‘Messy S
ummer – God’s wonderful world’.
Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and  of course be MESSY.  No commitment, no cost.  Come and try it.

Faith To Live By

The next guest speaker in our Faith To Live By series of services at Haslingfield Methodist Church will be led by Revd Robert Dolman on Sunday 8th June 2014.  His address is entitled: ‘Primitive Physic and its Implications for Christian Lifestyle Today’.   The evening will involved a short service, and address, refreshments and an informal discussion.  Everyone welcome. Read more

Thanksgiving for Marriage

weddingThe Parish Church invites you to a service of Thanksgiving for Marriage on Sunday June 15th at 10.30am.   We also want to thank Christine Tod for a faithful ministry of over 40 years of preparing flowers in the church for weddings.

For those of you who wish, there will  be an opportunity to make a quiet renewal of your marriage vows.  This invitation is for all – whether you are married or not and whether you were married in our village church or not.  Please bring a wedding photo or even an album so we can put them out on tables for other to see while we enjoy appropriate refreshment.


All Saints’ Haslingfield

 Anne PageANNE PAGE (organ) plays works by Buxtehude, Bach, Scheidemann, Bull, Handel
 the virtuoso work ‘Variations on God Save the Emperor’ by E.T. Chipp. 

Sunday 15 June 7.30 pm. 

Tickets £10 from the Village Shop or 01223 872190.

 Wine available during the interval.

Holiday Club for Children

A Holiday Club for Primary Aged Children will be held at the Methodist Church from May 26th to 30th (mornings only) and led by John Hardwick an experienced leader, and entitled: ‘Cops and Robbers’ based on the story of Joseph.  Anyone who is willing to help for all or part of the week, Please contact Elsie or Phyllis Salmon at the Methodist Church.