Posted: December 2018
At 4pm today, we have our Christingle service, which is always a favourite with youngsters and families alike. Then at 11.30pm, there is our midnight communion service. Both services will be led by our minister, Rev. Helen Kirk and all are welcome.
On Christmas morning at 10.30am, we have a Christmas family service, again led by Helen. You are encouraged to bring a toy or present! After Christmas, on Sunday 30th December, the 10.30am service will be led by Nick Aylen.
There will be no further news items posted here until the new year. So whoever you are and wherever you are, we wish you the joy of hope, peace and love this Christmas.
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