The church has links with the following organisations locally and round the world. Links open in new tabs.
Hunsdon Church shares its Rector with the churches in Widford and Wareside. Together the parishes are called a United Benefice. This website shows what is happening across the benefice.
Our sister church since the 1950s
Our sister church since 1980
The Rector’s Blog – musings about life in the world and in the church (on the basis that he’s engaged with both).
The Vicar & Friends
Over the years, the Rector has drawn together a number of local musicians to put on concerts of popular music to raise funds for the churches and other local causes.
The church is closely connected with the village communities they serve. This link will take you to the Hunsdon Village website, managed by the Parish Council
One of our church members is a Waterways Chaplain. We support their work, assisting those living on the waterways who find themselves in need.
Overseas Missionary Fellowship
Wilson and Irene McMahon used to worship with us. We now support their work with OMF in the Philippines.
Harlow Food Bank works in partnership with churches, businesses, supermarkets, schools and front-line professional care agencies. Tinned and dried food is donated by the public, “banked” in a warehouse and then given to people in crisis.
The Church of England
This is the denomination of the worldwide Christian Church to which the Hunsdon church belongs.
St Albans Diocese
Government is facilitated by local authorities (councils) acting in smaller geographical areas like counties. In the Church of England, the equivalent geographical region to a county is called a Diocese, centred on a Cathedral City where the Bishop has his administration. We are in St Albans Diocese.
The Deanery of Hertford and Ware
A deanery is the church governance equivalent of a civic district (like East Herts) which has its own council to represent the people. Our parishes are in the Hertford and Ware Deanery.