Haslingfield Church Fete

fete2009 019When?        Saturday 14 September, 2.30 pm – 5.00 pm.
Where?      Old Vicarage garden – next to the churchyard.
Why?          To enjoy a great afternoon!

Teas, stalls, games,  books, bric-a-brac, brass band, entertainer – all the fun of a traditional village fete.   Read more

New Minister at Methodist Church

Revd Alison WalkerOn the 1st September 2013 we shall welcome Revd Alison Walker as our new Minister at Haslingfield Methodist Church.  Our Student Minister, Revd Catherine Dixon is moving to be responsible for three churches in and around Kings Lynn.
Alison and her husband, Robin, will be living in Haslingfield.  Alison has been a Mission Partner in a Methodist Church in Florence, Italy, for the past 4 years;  a letter of introduction from her can be found on www.haslingfieldmethodistchurch.org.uk . Read more

Sponsored Walk from Cambridge

Mac window 3 JPGHASLINGFIELD WALKS IN THE STEPS OF ITS MISSIONARY BISHOP…

 All Saints’ Haslingfield has a fine memorial window to its missionary Bishop, Charles Mackenzie, who prior to his going out to Africa to help combat the slave trade and to help establish the church in what is now Malawi, walked out from Cambridge to Haslingfield on Sundays to help with services in the church.    The full story of his life can be found in the display inside the church, but there is now a link between Haslingfield and Magomero, the place where he established a base in 1861.   The Church in Haslingfield together with other parishes in the Mare Way Group has helped with renovation of the school buildings, and most recently with materials for the construction of a church building, which is nearly complete. Read more

Film Club

movie cameraThere will  be no film club in May 2013 because of other commitments, but I can thoroughly recommend the Haslingfield Little Theatre production  on Thursday 16th, Friday 17th and Saturday 18th of May.   The evening will consist of two very amusing plays and there will be the usual refreshment bar.  Tickets at the village shop – don’t leave it too late to buy!
Phil

Music in Quiet Places

7:30-9.45pm, 19 October 2012, All Saints Church

Music in Quiet Places, a new and popular concert series, returns to All Saints’ Church this autumn. A young contemporary folk group, Tir Eolas will play inspired arrangements of traditional material including Irish, Swedish, Breton, Canadian, as well as their own lively folk-influenced pieces. The band is percussionist Ruairi Glasheen on bodhran, Pip Mercer on vocals and flute, guitarist Laura Snowden and violist Georgie Harris.

To learn more and to book, please visit www.cambridgesummermusic.com.

‘Faith to Live By’ Services

A series of special services to explore what Christianity means in practice. 

All meetings will be at 6.30pm  on Sunday once per month at the Methodist Church.  Their format will vary, but will usually include a presentation by an invited speaker, followed by informal discussion and refreshments.  Everyone welcome.

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COFFEE MORNING

In All Saints Church
Saturday 18th February, 10.00am – 12.00 am
Tea, Coffee, home made cakes, books,  bric-a-brac and good company.  Catch up with the news!