Posted: December 2016
The remaining services for Christmas and the start of the New Year are:
Saturday, Christmas Eve at 4.00pm, we have the CHRISTINGLE SERVICE. Led by Rev. Helen Kirk, it is for the young and young at heart and will have Christingle symbols representing Jesus, 'The Light of the World.'
Saturday, Christmas Eve at 11.30pm there is the MIDNIGHT HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE, again led by Rev. Helen Kirk.
Sunday Christmas Day at 10.30am there is the CHRISTMAS MORNING FAMILY SERVICE. Rev. Helen Kirk invites you to bring a toy!
On Sunday, New Year's Day, at 10.30am, morning worship will be led by Dr Dawn Edwards.
On Sunday January 8th at 10.30am, Rev. Helen Kirk will lead our annual COVENANT SERVICE.
Everyone is welcome to share any of these services with us.
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