Latest news and upcoming events
HCC is running an Alpha course this Spring! Would you like to find out more about the Christian faith in a warm and welcoming environment? Join us at 7pm on Thursday evenings, for 10 weeks starting on 25th January. There will be a meal (free of charge), followed by an informative talk or video presentation and discussion where […]
Come and be with us on Christmas morning – at 10.30 am – for our Christmas celebration service. We mark and celebrate the Saviour’s birth in a shorter, family-style service.
Join us on the morning of Sunday 24th December for our Christmas Eve carol service! A mix of traditional carols, Christmas songs, drama, and reflections, with mulled wine and mince pies to close. Open to all – you would be very welcome!
Our Christmas Cafe service was a great success on Sunday, approaching 150 people came along! There were turkeys, sheep, even an alpaca out on the forecourt. Bacon rolls, cake and refreshments were enjoyed by our many guests, the children enjoyed collecting stickers in 5 zones around the centre to create a nativity scene and our ‘pop-up’ choir did us […]
Join us on the morning of Saturday 23rd September for the next in our series ‘Who Let The Dads Out?’ This time, we’ll be den building! Fun for children aged 5-11 with their dads (or mums) to enjoy. Bacon butties, friendly welcome, lots of fun! Come and join us! All free!
During August on Sundays we will be looking at our emotions – how they help and sometimes how they get in the way of living victorious Christian lives! We’ll be taking the 5 emotions that appeared in the film ‘Inside Out’. These will be all-age meetings so everyone is welcome and there will be activities […]
On Saturday 2nd September, a number of us will be running 10k on part of the pathway round Grafham Water! We will be doing this to raise money for a project to build better education facilities for a village in Sri Lanka which is still recovering from the devastating tsunami in 2004. Come and join […]
HCC is part of Plumbline Ministries International, which links a number of churches and ministries in the Great Britain, Ireland and around the world. Once a year, HCC joins with the Plumbline GB churches for a weekend away at Burleigh Hill Farm, St Ives. This is a fantastic time for all the family in a […]
We’re delighted to have just finished a major piece of refurbishment of the downstairs interior at 83a – our 2 meeting rooms and the corridors. The place has been transformed! The larger, front meeting room now has a new ceiling with modern, dimmable lighting; a new PA and AV system, with ceiling mounted projector and […]
This year’s Huntingdon Beach Party will open at 12 midday Sunday 16th July. Building on the success of the last 2 years, the beach will be back, but the party this year will be bigger than ever! Food, drink, games, ice cream and much more! As HCC, the Town Centre Anglicans and Huntingdon Methodist Church […]
Are you new to HCC? Have you been coming for a while and are you beginning to feel ‘at home’ here? If so, our Exploring Your Connection Course is just for you! The course consist of 3 sessions held on a Sunday and one held mid-week on an evening. During the time together, we explain our […]
Join us at 83a on the morning of Saturday 27th March when we have LOTS of fun with kids (up to 10 yrs) and their dads! This time the theme will be ‘water’…..! There will be activities, building challenges, bacon butties, snacks and drinks. We aim to make this a fun time for all in a […]
We will be joining with the other Huntingdon town centre churches for 24 hours of prayer for Huntingdon, in response to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s call to the nation to pray. All Saints’ Church will be the base, and you can sign up for an hour’s slot here
On Easter Sunday morning, come along to HCC at 10 am, for an amazing ‘resurrection’ morning breakfast! A relaxed Sunday morning with time to meet others, enjoy food and activities together, and remember the event that we are CELEBRATING – the resurrection of Jesus! Easter is a great time for all – you would be […]
Join us on Easter Saturday morning at 10 am at 83a when we will have an Easter event for all the family! We will have a display of small farm animals at the front of the building. Inside there’ll be arts and crafts, for adults and children, a cafe, kids play area and an egg […]
Our last film night was on Friday 24th March. It was a great evening designed for young kids. It was held at our church centre at 83a High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3DP. It was great to see so many there! Starting at 5.30, we had colouring activities for the children to enjoy. Then we served sausages […]
Our last event for Dads and kids was on Saturday 4th March at 10am. It was a great morning! We had lots of fun for dads and kids alike. Soft play, building challenges, bacon butties. Challenges this time included an unconventionally designed paper aeroplane and balloon powered cars! These events are free! Watch this space […]
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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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What people say about HCC
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.