Worship


 

 

The settlement of Histon & Impington is served by a number of churches: Anglican (two - both St Andrew’s), Baptist, Methodist, Salvation Army.

Histon & Impington Council of Churches: Mrs E Milner, 234258


St Andrew’s, Histon (map)

St Andrew’s, Impington (map)

Histon Baptist Church (map)

Histon Methodist Church (map)

Histon Salvation Army (map)

Representative of Roman Catholics (who do not have a church building in the village): Mrs W. Doyle, 513016

New Life Church meets at Histon Baptist Church at 3pm on Sundays. website Jan Watt 513243

C3 (Cambridge Community Church) meets during the week in homes in the village. website Phone 844415

Histon Branch, Ely Diocesan Association of Church Bellringers

Cemeteries, Memorials

The two St Andrew’s Churches have cemeteries, and there is a civil
cemetery
.

War Memorial

Histon & Impington War Memorial

The War Memorial is very close to the Baptist Church, and is the site of a
brief service before the annual Remembrance Sunday service, and of a service at
11:00 on November 11th each year.  (Roll of Honour)


Least We Forget

This memorial was erected by the inhabitants of Histon and Impington in remembrance
of the men in these parishes who died for the country and the freedom of nations.

The Great War

1914-1919

When the power of the city shall seem great unto you consider then that it was
purchased by valiant men and men who knew their duty.

1939-1945


The Memorial has been cleaned as a conservation project, supported by grants from
a number of people and bodies, and lead by a team from the Parish Councils and
Royal British Legion. There was a Service of Dedication of the Refurbished Memorial.


There is a site for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.