Posted: November 2017
You are invited to share in any or all of these services and special events during this December 2017:
Sunday 3rd Dec @ 10.30am — Gift & Toy Service: Rev. Helen Kirk
Saturday 9th Dec @ 10-5pm — Christmas Tree Festival
Sunday 10th Dec @ 10.30am — Christmas Tree Service: Rev. Helen Kirk
Sunday 10th Dec @ 12-4pm — Christmas Tree Festival
Sunday 17th Dec @ 10.30am — Morning Worship: Mr John Shaw
Sunday 17th Dec @ 5pm — Candlelit Carol Service: Rev. Helen Kirk
Sunday 24th Dec @ 10.30am — Morning Worship: Rev. Brian Tebbutt
Sunday 24th Dec @ 4pm — Christingle service: Rev. Helen Kirk
Sunday 24th Dec @ 11.30pm — Midnight Communion: Rev. Helen Kirk
Monday 25th Dec @ 10.30am — Christmas Day Family Service: Rev. Helen Kirk
Sunday 31st Dec @ 10.30am: Mrs Frankie Fisher
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