Latest news and upcoming events
Join us online on Sunday at 10am! Due to Covid-19, we are not meeting together face-to-face but are meeting up online. You can find us at hccuk.online.church
In place of their normal meetings in homes, our small groups are also meeting online, using Zoom. The groups are based very loosely around Hinchingbrooke, Stukeley Meadows and East Huntingdon. We also have a ladies group which meets at 10am on a Friday morning. Please do get in touch if you’d like to join one […]
Our youth are not currently meeting in their usual groups, but are meeting up via Zoom! Contact Richard (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
Introducing EXPLORE! Fun, games, activities, challenges, bible stories and more. Suitable for all kids up to age 11. A Saturday afternoon series running through the year – dates on the flyer opposite. Watch out for an invite soon to the first event on Saturday 14th March, 3.30-5pm at 83a High Street
Bring your friends and family to our next Movie Night on Friday 7th February, kicking off with jacket potatoes at 5.45pm, the movie will start on the big screen at 6.15pm. Colouring and other activities for the children to enjoy and it wouldn’t be Movie Night without popcorn so that will be served as well […]
Got questions about life – where did we come from, is there a God, who is Jesus? Are you searching for something more, for real truth? If so, then the Alpha course is for you! Come and join us on Wednesday evenings, starting 29th January. Food, video and discussion. Meet new friends. Explore together. Decide […]
Come and join the fifth in our series of ‘Creative English’ courses! The term will start on Monday morning 13th January 2020 2019 but participants can join on any week of the course. The course is held on Monday mornings from 9.30 to 11am. Improve your English in a relaxed, non-‘text book’ way! Have fun […]
Come with family and friends to celebrate Christmas with us! On Sunday 22nd December from 10.00 – 11.00am @ Cromwell Academy. With readings, drama, music and traditional carols, we will be remembering the real meaning of Christmas. Great for all ages and followed by festive refreshments. With free parking on-site. We really hope you can […]
Start your Christmas celebrations with HCC’s ever-popular Christmas Family Cafe on Sunday 15th December from 10.00 am – 12 noon. This year we are holding our event at Cromwell Academy, with live animals for the children to fuss, Christmas crafts and activities and our very own pop-up choir. Enjoy a hot cup of tea or […]
New to the Bible or want to go deeper? The Bible Course is for you. It shows how the key books, famous characters and epic events form one big story, from Genesis to Revelation. The course also provides tools and skills that help apply the Bible to everyday life. Starting in October, the Bible Course […]
Join us for our 2019 ceilidh, this Saturday, at 83a, at 6.30pm. We’ve made the start time earlier this year as it’s an event for ALL ages, young and old, for beginners and those with perhaps a little experience of Scottish dancing! Please bring some food to share from the supper table, and some drinks […]
Tickets can now be booked for our next family movie night on Friday 29th November. Tickets are £3 for adults and £1.50 for children, which includes sausage and chips before the movie along with the usual trimmings and surprises! We need to limit numbers due to the capacity of the centre, so please book early […]
This Autumn we’re excited to confirm that we are moving our Sunday Services to the Cromwell Academy in the Hinchingbrooke area on 13th October. As well as providing extra space for our children and young people and space to grow as a church, it’s great to be able to move to a part of Huntingdon […]
Friday Night Youth is back on the menu! Richard and the team present their new and exciting programme……. 3oth Sept • Youth Club (HMC) 7.30 – 9.00pm 20th Sept • Meal and discussion evening (HCC – 83A) 6.30 – 8 pm 27 Sept • Trip out – BOWLING 4 Oct • Youth Club (HMC) 7.30 – 9.00pm […]
Join us in September as we teach through the 4 values we have as a church. Prior to our move to a new Sunday venue from 13th October, we’ll be considering who we are as a church, and looking way at the type of church we believe God has called us to be. Join us […]
Far too few Christians reach their potential. Some simply drop out. Why? Usually because they don’t have a real understanding of their identity in Christ. Traditional discipleship teaching can easily end up sounding like a list of ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’: ’Do this every day…’ ’Don’t do that any more…’, ’You know, successful Christians behave like this.’ So they end up simply acting like Christians. Some manage […]
Bring your kids along to our Holiday Bible Club, mornings, 10am-12.30, from Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August. Come on an adventure in the jungle! With games, music, food, stories and much much more, our holiday club team will be delighted to welcome your children – school years 1-6. This year the bible club […]
Have you ever wondered what we mean by ‘the presence of God’ or ‘how is God present with us in the world?’ Have you wondered who the Holy Spirit is and if He is involved with us today, and if He is, how? What does the bible say? Join us on Monday evening for an engaging evening with […]
Get your swimsuit on and head down to our beach on the market square! We’ll be building sandcastles, eating ice creams, climbing the bouldering wall and playing giant games. There will be a barbecue, non-alcoholic cocktail bar, teas and coffees, a cake stall, puppet show and craft activities. Fun for all the family with no […]
This summer we are studying the book of James together across our small groups and on Sundays. James, the brother of Jesus, unpacks for us what authentic faith looks like and the tools we need to build it. You can also catch up with the Sunday talks online in the ‘Sunday Talks‘ section.
Come down to Hinchingbrooke Park this Saturday for the next in our ‘Who Let the Dads Out?’ series of activity mornings for mums, dads, carers and their kids. This time we will have a number of fun games to test your skills and stamina! We’ll also be cooking up a BBQ together. We’re sure the rain […]
This year, we are running three ‘equipping tracks,’ each comprising 3 evenings – you are warmly invited to take part in: Worship and Encounter Growing in intimacy and depth with God through discovering His empowering presence in the unhurried space of praise and worship – Tuesday 22nd January, Friday 19th April and Monday 16th September Leadership […]
We welcome you to join us at HCC for an evening of reflection and worship with readings, music, insights and Communion to remember the sacrifice of Jesus on Good Friday evening from 7.30 – 8.30pm. With Huntingdonshire Community Church at 83a, High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3DP.
Meet at 10.45 am in Huntingdon Methodist Church car park and walk through Huntingdon town, with Bible readings, songs and reflections. Experience the power and relevance of Jesus’ seven last Words from the Cross. Bring your banners, hopes and prayers! Refreshments will be available afterwards in All Saint’s Church.
Easter is the greatest celebration in our calendar! The death, burial and bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ two thousand years ago changed everything not just then but in our lives today. On Easter Sunday, HCC invite you to share breakfast and celebrate new life with an all-age service. This is a free event which will […]
Palm Sunday 14th April from 10 am – 12.30 pm at HCC! Live Easter animals, family crafts, chocolate egg hunting, palm making and the Palm Party with live music and ‘A Surprise Entry’ at 11.15 am, telling the account of the Triumphant Entry.
Bring your friends and family to our next Movie Night on Friday 1st March, kicking off with fish and chips at 5.45pm, the movie will start on the big screen in room 1 at 6.15pm. Colouring and other activities for the children to enjoy and it wouldn’t be Movie Night without popcorn so that will […]
On Saturday 16th February, our ‘Who Let the Dads Out’ event will be heading for Hinchingbrooke Park for a flight themed session! For Dads and kids, with Mums welcome as well. Drinks and snacks will be available too! Come and meet some more kids (and Dads) of your own age! It’s going to be fab […]
Launching on Friday 11th January at 6.30pm, young adults (and those still young at heart) are invited to meet twice a month at 83a, on every second Friday of the month, for food, worship, bible study and discussion on relevant topics and prayer. A second time each month (dates flexible) a social gathering will be […]
Starting Thursday 31st January, the Alpha course will be running at HCC! We will be meeting on 9 Thursday evenings, excluding the half term week, and one Saturday. Alpha is an excellent opportunity to find out more about the Christian faith. If you are wondering who Jesus was, and what belief in God really means, […]
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83a - A Venue for the Community
Our premises, 83a High Street, Huntingdon, or '83a', are a venue for the community. We want this building to be a means by which we serve the community of Huntingdon and the surrounding areas, by making available spare room space for hire. Already, many organisations and individuals use rooms here, for activities from counselling and health screening to public consultations.
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HCC is a church with a real family feel. Since coming to faith, HCC has nurtured me through the Alpha course and through just catching up with members of the church. My faith has grown, and this has spilled into every other area of my life – in work and relationships. Joining HCC is the best thing I’ve ever done!
When I first walked in to the church, I felt welcome, like I had known everybody since I was born. I feel home and happy. I find the fortnightly Bible group very practical and modern, just what I need: the Word of God alive.
Welcomed unconditionally at HCC, we saw great love and care being taken to involve everyone in meaningful worship and teaching. We felt we belonged to this family, and appreciated the care taken to extend God’s spirituality into our lives midweek, and to the wider community.