Thanks to the generous contributions and legacies from villagers and from our congregation, All Saints’ Church is able to start the first phase of high level restoration work in the Nave.
This means that Sunday services will take place in the chancel and sadly the church will not be open to the public from January 8th until Easter. We hope to leave the North porch open for private prayer.
Entrance to the chancel at other times can be prearranged with the vicar or the churchwardens if they are available. Read more
All Saints Church fundraiser on 2nd September – please support your village church.
There will be: Teddy zip wire, games, stalls, bottle tombola, raffle, teas and live music in the church. Come along and have some fun!
Are you considering becoming a Parish Councillor? Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Association of Local Councils (CAPALC) are running 2 free Zoom sessions for any person living in the County. The sessions explain what local councillors and councils do, how you can become a councillor, details of the role and what to expect.
The sessions are on Saturday, 5th March 9:30-12:00 and Wednesday, 16th March 18:30-21:00.
To book, go to www.bookwhen.com/capalc
The information poster is available here.
The Harvest Service is at 11.00 am on Sunday 19th at All Saints’ Church
. Gifts of cereal, tinned meals, coffee and tea are needed for the food bank or bring along flowers to be distributed within the village.
The service is followed by a Harvest lunch in the grounds of the Methodist Church. Bring your own picnic.
Come along and support us to raise money for our village church.
Teas and music inside the church – a first chance to hear the internationally renowned Cann twins playing duets on piano.
A teddy zip wire for the children – bring your own Teddy for a ride from the church tower or buy one from our stall.
Outdoor stalls. Bric a brac, books, toys, plants, produce, a bottle stall and a raffle.
PS. Claire, our new vicar, is one of the Cann twins
It was a joy to celebrate Easter in All Saints’ Church this year. Please click the photo here
Jennifer Gore Churchwarden.
Sunday 22 Dec
6.00 pm in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield
MACS 11th Annual Walk
IN THE STEPS OF THE BISHOP
On Saturday 21 September the 11th Annual Walk from the Chapel of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge to Haslingfield Church in memory of Bishop Charles Mackenzie will take place.
The Mackenzie Window
Click the poster to see details. Something for everyone and a great afternoon out. Help to make it even better by donating stuff for the cake and the bric-a-brac stalls.
Click the poster to see details
“FROM THE OLD WORLD TO THE NEW”
Including Gabrieli, Purcell, Brahms, and Frahm
Wednesday 10th July 2019
PROGRAMMES £10 on the door
Enquiries to 01223 872190
Organ Experience Day in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield
Saturday 18 May between 10.30 am and 12.30 pm. If you would like to know more about playing an organ, how one works, hear it for yourself, or would just like to have a go, do come along. There will even be a story for children, illustrated on the organ.
This will also be an opportunity to meet Robin Walker and Friends
Just a reminder – the Alpha Supper is this coming Tuesday 7th May at Haslingfield Vicarage at 7.30pm. Everyone is very welcome to join us as we take the opportunity to explore questions of faith over the coming 6 weeks.
The Big Brekkie at All Saints’ Church will start Christian Aid Week in style. Come along and enjoy breakfast, tea and coffee and good company! Join us between 9am and 10.30am on May 11th for a bacon/sausage sandwich and a cuppa to raise money for Christian Aid.
Other breakfast options will be available. All proceeds to go towards the work of Christian Aid. For more information, please visit www.christianaid.org.uk/christian-aid-week.