Welcome

Sundays

The Church of England has suspended all public worship so St Andrew’s Histon will no longer meet together on Sundays for services so we’re bringing church to everyone at home via our YouTube channel

Pastoral Care

Our key priority at present is the pastoral care of one another and our mission to care for all in our parish. We are working with many people from our villages to ensure that everyone is able to access the support and care they need if they are self-isolating or sick.

If you need help and don’t have a local volunteer contact yet, please get in touch with the Church Office office@standrewshiston.org (01223 320420)

Prayer

In these troubled times, we have a loving and unchanging God who cares for each one of us as human beings. St Andrew’s Church, Histon, would like to pray for you and your loved ones.

If you would value prayer, please email prayer@standrewshiston.org, and we will pass on your request to a team of people who will pray. If you would like someone to pray with you over the phone, please include your contact number in the email and a member of the prayer team will call you as soon as they are able to.

We will not share your details with anyone outside the prayer team, and our policy on confidentiality is contained within our Safeguarding Policy.

We are meeting together to online to pray for the needs of our community and Church in Prayer Central Online at 7.45pm on Wednesdays.

We also have some suggestions and resources to help you pray at home during this difficult time on our prayer page.

Children and Young People

Our children and young people are meeting in their SJ Club and EDGE groups online on Sunday mornings. If your children or young people would like to join them please contact Tim Blake tim@standrewshiston.org. We also have some resources to help with worship at home as a family.

Funerals and weddings

Funerals will still take place but with immediate family only present up to a maximum of 10 people. However following the Government’s recent announcement Weddings have been suspended.

Staying Connected

To help us all stay connected at this difficult James is sending out regular emails. Please contact the office if you would like to receive them.

Welcome to Ruth Chamberlain

At the beginning of July we will be welcoming our new curate, Ruth Chamberlain. Ruth and her husband, Andy, have kindly put together a short video introducing themselves.

‘The LORD is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble. And those who know your name put their trust in you, for you, O LORD, have not forsaken those who seek you.’

Psalm 9.9-10

A message to Histon and Impington from James.


Stephen and Caroline reflect on death and life in these times of the Covid-19 pandemic. They discuss practical, faithful and authentic living in the face of death and the hope of Jesus’ resurrection life.

Previous Sunday Services

Prayer Resources