Please follow the most current covid guidence to keep yourself and others safe.  At time of writing indoor services require masks to be worn (unless you are exempt), 2 meter distance, and 'track and Trace details to be taken. Outside services require distancing and we encourage you to wear a mask if possible.

 

Walking Nativityfrom the 14th December – Start at St. James’ Dairy, St. James’ place.

Journey the nativity by watching videos and finding the clues posted near Pip and Jims. Join in the fun with other members of your bubbles. You’ll need a smart phone with internet access to join in. Click for more details

 

Longest night private prayer - 21st December 7:30pm - in Pip & Jims

Christmas is not easy for everyone for lots of reasons. If this is you we are providing a space for you to acknowledge the season but in a quiet way. Come to the church building between 19:30 – 21:00 to take time to reflect and pray. Especially for those that find Christmas difficult for whatever reason.

 

Carol Service-23rd December, 5pm - Online, on the home page

Wrap up warm then come in your bubbles to sing carols and hear a little of the Christmas story. Great fun for all the family and a brillianty way to get the Christmas feeling going! Click here to download the carols.

    

Christingle24th December, 4pm - Online

Celebrate Christmas and learn more about the Christian story of hope through an orange, sweets, red tape and a candle. Collect bags with all the things you need from Pip and Jims at the carol service the night before (23rd), or on Christmas eve: 10-11 at Hillsborough Car Park, or 11-12 at Hele Car Park. Then just watch on our home page.

    

Christmas Day Service25th December, 10am - in Pip & Jims

Come and celebrate the reason for the season.

David Suchet luke 2. 1-20
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