MESSY CHURCH WITH HOLY COMMUNION took place in Haslingfield Church for the first time a short while ago. It was attended by members of churches in the Lordsbridge Team. The theme was The Easter Story, presented as ‘The Almost Unbelievable Truth’ led by Reverend Beth Cope, the Lordsbridge Team Pioneer Curate. A welcome breakfast […]
All Anglican churches have a formal committee called a Parochial Church Council (PCC). All Saints’ PCC meets every two months to discuss matters concerning the church: the building, its environs, financial matters and most importantly, its worshipping community. It currently has twelve members and is chaired by Rev’d Becca. The members are elected at the […]
Do join us for coffee and cake at All Saints’ Church between 10am – 12 noon on Saturday 14th April.
In the afternoon of Palm Sunday, 25 March from 1.30 to 4.30 pm a number of musicians will be playing the grand piano or the organ in the Church and refreshments will be available for those who like to come and listen. This is an opportunity made possible because of the grand piano remaining in […]
You will all be familiar with the church bells ringing out before services, at weddings, on days of national celebration and on Thursday evenings, when we practise. On Monday, April 9th at 3pm, a team will ring a full peal to commemorate those from Haslingfield who died in the First World War. April 9th is […]
Saturday March 24th, 7.30pm Join Haslingfield choir for a rendition of Rossini, Petite Messe Solennelle, featuring Maurice and Thanea Hodges on piano and Anne Page on harmonium. The conductor will be Paul Jackson. Tickets cost £10, £5 (students), children free and are available to purchase from The Village Shop and at door Enquiries: Kate Dickens 872088.
Please come and join us for one section or more of our walk on Good Friday afternoon as we carry the cross. The start of our journey is at St. Mary’s Church, Great Eversden leaving at 1.00pm, walking to St. Helen’s Church, Little Eversden, arriving at 1.30pm, on to Harlton Church for 2.15pm, then to […]
Well, it’s nearly Lent, which means pancakes (at the start at least) and it also means Love. Lent can also act rather like a spiritual MOT for some. As I write it’s early January, and driving around the villages I notice many more runners about, maybe taking the opportunity of the New Year to start […]
A big thank to you to all those who attended services over Christmas and gave so generously. From the Village Carol Service a donation of £275 was made to Christian Aid Christmas appeal (for children across South Sudan and Burkina Faso who do not have enough to eat), with the UK government promising to match every […]