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AMC Christmas 2015

Our Candlelit Carol Service is this coming Sunday, 17th December at 5pm. It is a festival of lessons and carols telling the story of the nativity with readings from the Bible and traditional Christmas carols. Congregational singing will be accompanied by the Organ, Choir, Music Group and Youth Choir. Readings will be by members and friends of the church and the service will be led by our minister, Rev. Helen Kirk.
There will also be a Christmas sketch and this year, the church will benefit from the 21 decorated Christmas Trees, retained by popular demand from last weekend's Christmas Tree Festival.
The carols will be projected, but printed carol sheets in large and standard type will be available. If you prefer the printed version, we suggest that you bring a torch. We look forward to welcoming you.

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