Posts by AllSaintsChurchHaslingfield

Haslingfield Christmas Eve Christingle Trail

Haslingfield Christingle Trail – in aid of the Children’s Society – build your Christingle as you go from the Methodist Church, to All Saints’ Church, from 3pm until 5:30pm. Book your free timed ticket (one ticket needed per bubble) to join the Christingle Trail. Travel in your household/bubble group from the Methodist church via two […]

December news

Dear Friends, Waiting. We spend a lot of time waiting in different circumstances or different places: waiting in the supermarket queue, waiting for a parcel to arrive, waiting for the end of lockdown or for a vaccine that brings the hope of greater social freedom …..  Waiting can be full of pleasant anticipation or frustration […]

COVID-19 update

Sadly we have to announce the cancellation of our outdoor Remembrance Sunday Service on November 8th. There will be no services during November and we must pray for a resumption of services in December if the virus can be contained. In response to government guidelines churches are closed with the exception of funerals and the recording and streaming of […]

East Vestry Wall

There are cracks in the east vestry wall which have been there since 1997 at least. This was deemed to have been caused by the mature lime trees 14 metres to the north of the vestry north wall. The underlying subsoil is medium to high shrinkability clay. A root barrier was installed along the path […]

In the Steps of the Bishop

The twelfth annual walk In the Steps of the Bishop was somewhat different this year in that we did not have access to Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge to start the Walk. So instead, it started and finished at Haslingfield Church and the walkers followed a route around the village. Fourteen walkers managed to […]

Welcome Priscilla

I am delighted to be taking on the role of Interim Lead Minister at All Saints’, Haslingfield during the vacancy, and I have received a very warm welcome from everyone. I retired as Rector of the Bernwode Benefice in Buckinghamshire and moved to Cambridge in February.  It was a benefice of seven rural parishes and […]