St Andrew's Church, Histon is a large, friendly church at the heart of the village community. We love to welcome newcomers, develop our friendships with one another and reach out to those in need. On Sundays our worship covers a range of styles from our more formal service at 9.15am to the contemporary worship of our 10.45am service. We place a particular emphasis on biblical preaching and teaching and growing as disciples of Jesus.

We run many groups for young people and children and have an extensive ministry to the elderly including those who are housebound, in sheltered housing and care homes.

Events and Services

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  • Called to Learn

    23 October 9.30am - 10.45am

    9.15 Morning Service 10.45 Holy Communion Ephesians 4.11-16, Mark 4.10-20 Last Sunday After Trinity

  • Inspire

    23 October 7.00pm - 9.00pm

    An evening of contemporary worship, teaching and ministry.

  • Start with Scripture

    30 October 9.30am - 10.45am

    9.15 Holy Communion 10.45 Morning Service 2 Timothy 3.10-17, John 7.37-44 Fourth Sunday before Adven...

  • Syrian refugees—a personal perspective

    2 November 7.30pm - 8.30pm

    Following her summer placement in Greece, Rachel Monie will be giving a talk in the Stable Room at 7...

  • Sharing in disability

    5 November 10.00am - 4.00pm

    A Christian gathering to learn about and share in our limited abilities will be held on Saturday 5 N...

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Join us on Sunday for a Morning Service at 9.15am and a service of Holy Communion at 10.45am. We will be looking at what it means to be 'Called to Learn'.
At 7pm, we will have Inspire, our service of contemporary worship, prayer and engaging with Scripture at the Saint Andrew's Centre.
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This Sunday morning, join us as we explore being 'Called to Heal' at both services. At 9.15am, we will have a service of Holy Communion and at 10.45 a Morning Service with Baptism. All are welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Sunday morning we welcome Canon Dr Paul Vrolijk, Senior Chaplain and Chancellor of the Pro-Cathedral of Holy Trinity, Brussels to both our 9.15am Morning Service and 10.45am Holy Communion service. Join us as he speaks on the theme of being 'Called to Witness'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Children’s Groups

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