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Join us on Saturday 2nd February for an International Food and Entertainment Night! Come down to ’83a’ to meet with others from HCC and their friends in a relaxed, informal – and informative – setting. Try out dishes from other parts of the UK or overseas. Could you contribute to the entertainment – a song, […]
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, […]
All at HCC wish you the very merriest of Christmasses and a happy and blessed new year! After our Christmas services, we will be meeting again on Sunday 30th December at our usual time of 10am at our church centre at 83a High Street, Huntingdon. We very much look forward to seeing you there!
Come and join the third in our series of ‘Creative English’ courses! The term will started on Monday morning 14th January 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 while […]
Join us on Christmas Day at 10.30 (half an hour later than our usual time) for a family service marking Christmas Day. It’s so good to come together to mark the Saviour’s birth! Join us – we’d love to have you with us!
Everyone is welcome to our Christmas Carol Service on Sunday 23rd December at 4.30pm. Join the festivities with carols by candlelight and continue the story presented by puppets and drama as we welcome the coming of Christmas with its message of hope and joy! Great for all the family and of all ages. Followed by mulled wine, […]
Come along to our Christmas Café! On Sunday 16th December we invite you to 83a High Street for a free event with live animals, crafts, a ‘pop-up’ choir, games and more. We look forward to seeing you whether for the first time or as a regular visitor. Everyone is welcome – bring family and friends, […]
We will be having a ceilidh and supper on Saturday 10th November at 83a. All are very welcome! It is a free event, but please bring some food and drink to share. Dancing will be for all abilities, but if you don’t feel confident, don’t worry, just come and join us for a relaxed evening […]
Our next Family Movie Night will be on Friday 2nd November. These are always great occasions and are open to everyone! We start with pizza and activities for the kids at 5.45, for which a small charge is made, and then doors open for showing of the film at around 6.15pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org/01480 411665 to […]
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 […]
On Saturday 22nd September, Plumbline GB will be hosting a Network Evening at Histon Baptist Church from 6.30 – 9pm. Listen to Tim’s short video about the event here. Complimentary desserts and refreshments will be served at 6.30pm. Book here for an excellent evening meeting with other churches in the Plumbline family and a time of excellent […]
Come along as a Secret Agent to our Holiday Bible Club all week from Monday 30th July through to Friday 3rd August 10am – 12.30pm! Games, challenges and activities for primary school age children. This is your mission, should you choose to accept it!
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 […]
We’re planning an amazing Quiz Night for Saturday 30th June! Why not come along for a fun evening, and test your general knowledge against a range of questions. Please bring your own snacks and drinks. Come as a team or link up with people on arrival. It’s going to be a great, relaxed and entertaining […]
On Saturday 16th June, our ‘Who Let the Dads Out’ event will be heading for Hinchingbrooke Park, and a BBQ together! For Dads and kids, with Mums welcome as well. A fun BBQ with good food and drink and games as well! Come and meet some more kids (and Dads) of your own age! It’s […]
Join us on a Sunday morning at 10am for our main church meeting. In our teaching series through the Summer we will be looking at some of the challenges of modern day life from a fresh perspective. We will learn about developing resilience, finance, relationships and the challenge of poverty and wealth in a globalised […]
We will shortly be running a ‘Beta’ course at HCC. This is designed to be a follow on from the Alpha course. Over 6 Thursday evenings, we invite you to join us as we cover a number of topics including the core beliefs of the Christian faith, understanding who God is and our place within […]
Join us on a Sunday morning at 10am for our main church meeting. In our teaching series through the Spring we will be covering some of the foundations of the Christian faith. Join us as we look at subjects such as sacrifice, atonement, covenant, and more. You would be very welcome!
Join us on Saturday 28th April for the next of our ‘Who Let The Dads Out’ events. This is a relaxed, fund morning for dads (and the occasional mum!) and kids. This time, we will have a games morning, which will also include refreshments, soft play, pizza making and lots more. Come along with the […]
Come to our Creative English classes starting on Tuesday 24th April and join the conversation! We will be covering a wide range of topics through drama and role play. This course is for adults with limited knowledge of English who wish to improve their language skills in a fun and relaxed environment. It will be […]
On Sunday 1st April we will be celebrating the Resurrection of our Saviour and King with a cooked breakfast. We look forward to hearing from guest speaker Simon Matthews from Plumbline Ministries. You are warmly welcomed to join us with the whole family in a service of praise and thanksgiving, starting from 10am at 83a. […]
We are looking forward to our Easter Eggstravangana on Easter Saturday! Come on down between 10 and 12.30 pm to the church centre at 83a High Street. We will have a live animal display on the forecourt, crafts, music, games and loads of activities inside. You would be very welcome!
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 […]
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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.